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HLP-C100 Series Operating

Manual
Introduction
Thank you for purchasing and using the minidrive of HLP-C100 series.
Please read caref ully the operation manual before putting the drive
to use so as to correctly install and operate the drive, give f ull play to its
f unctions and ensure the safety. Please keep the operation manual handy for
f uture reference, maintenance, inspection and repair.
Due to the driveof a kind of powerelectronics product it must be
installed, tested and adjusted with specialized electrical engineering workers.
The marks of (Danger), (Caution)and other symbols in the manual
remind you of the safety and prevention cautions during the handling,
installation, running and inspection. Please follow these instructions to make
sure the safe use of the drive. In case of any doubt please contact our local
agent for consultation. Our professional persons are willing and ready to
serve you.
The manual is subject to change without notice.
HLP-C100 Series

Index
Introduction I
Chapter 1 Safety Precautions -1-
1.1 Before Power-up -1 -
1.2 During the Power-up -2-
1.3 During the Operation -3-
1.4 After the Power-off -3-
Chapter 2 Standards and Specifications -4-
2.1 Label Description -4-
2.2 Particular Specifications -5-
2.3 Technical Specifications -5-
2.4 Derating Specifications -7-
2.5 Accessories -7-
Chapter 3 Mechanical and Electrical Installation -8-
3.1 Mechanical Installation -8-
3.1.1  Installation Environment Requirements -8-
3.1.2  External and Installation Dimensions -8-
3.1.3  Installation and Direction -9-
3.1.4  Accessories Installation - 11 -
3.2 Peripheral Electrical Devices - 14 -
3.2.1 Selection of MCCB/Fuse/Contactor - 15 -
3.2.2 Selection of Braking Unit and Braking Resistor - 16 -
3.2.3 Selection of AC Input and Output Reactor - 17 -
3.2.4 Selection of EMC Filter - 18 -
3.3 Description of Main Circuit - 18 -
3.3.1 Schematic of Main Circuit Terminals - 18 -
3.3.2 Main Circuit Terminal Screws and Wiring Recommended
    Specifications - 19 -
3.4 Description of Control Circuit - 19 -
3.4.1 Schematic of Control Circuit Terminals - 19 -
3.4.2 Control Terminals’ Screws and Wiring Recommended
    Specifications - 20 -
3.4.3 Control Curcuit Wiring - 21 -
3.4.4 Digital Input Terminals Usage Specification - 21 -
3.5 EMC instructions - 22 -
3.5.1 Introduction to EMC Standard - 22 -
3.5.2 Noise Abatement - 23 -
3.5.3 Grounding - 23 -

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3.5.4 Leakage Current Suppression - 23 -


3.5.5 Induction Voltage Suppression - 24 -
Chapter 4 Operation and Display Interface - 25 -
4.1 Local Control Panel - 25 -
4.2 Parameter Setting - 26 -
4.3 FWD/REV Status - 28 -
4.4 Data Read-outs - 29 -
4.5 View Alarm Record - 30 -
4.6 View State Parameter - 31 -
4.7 LED Display - 32 -
Chapter 5 Parameter Overview - 33 -
Chapter 6 Parameter Description - 43 -
6.1 Group 00: Operation/Display - 43 -
6.2 Group 01: Load and Motor - 45 -
6.3 Group 02: Brakes - 51 -
6.4 Group 03: Reference/Ramps - 53 -
6.5 Group 04: Limits/Warnings - 58 -
6.6 Group 05: Digital In/Out - 61 -
6.7 Group 06: Analog In/Out - 64 -
6.8 Group 07: Controllers - 67 -
6.9 Group 08: Communication - 69 -
6.10 Group 14: Special Functions - 72 -
6.11 Group 15: Drive Information - 76 -
6.12 Group 16: Data Readouts - 78 -
Chapter 7 Quick Application Guide - 81 -
7.1 Using LCP to Start/Stop the Drive - 81 -
7.2 Using Digital Input Terminals to Start/Stop the Drive - 81 -
7.2.1 Two-line Mode 1 - 81 -
7.2.2 Two-line Mode 2 - 81 -
7.2.3 Three-line Mode 1 - 82 -
7.2.4 Three-line Mode 2 - 82 -
7.3 Multi-speed - 83 -
7.4 Analog Input as the Frequency Source - 83 -
7.5 Speed up/down - 84 -
7.6 Parameter Initialization - 84 -
Chapter 8 Faults and Solutions - 85 -
8.1 Fault List - 85 -
Chapter 9 Maintenance - 88 -
9.1 Note - 88 -
9.2 Storage and Transport - 88 -
Appendix A Modbus Communication Specification - 89 -
Appendix B Copy Card Specification - 101 -

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Chapter 1 Safety Precautions


Caution Indicates misuse may damage the inverter or
mechanical system .

Danger Indicates misuse may result in casualty.

1.1 Before Power-up

Caution
● Check to be sure that the voltage of the main circuit AC power
supply matches the input voltage of the drive.
● Install the drive in a safe location, avoiding high temperature,
direct sunlight, humid air or water.
● The drive can only be used at the places accredited by our
company. Any unauthorized working environment may have the
risks of fire, gas explosion, electric shock and other incidents.
● If more than one drive installed on the same control cabinet, make
additional cooling fan, so that the inside temperature is lower than
40℃, in order to prevent overheating or fire occurs.
● It will affect the service life of the drive if a contactor is installed
on the input side to control the start and stop. Generally it is
required to cont rol it th rough ter minal com mands. Special
attention should be paid to its use in the case of the start and stop
more frequently places.
● Do not install any switch component like circuit breaker or
contactor at the output of the drive. If any of such components
must be installed due process and other needs, it must be ensured
that the drive has no output when the switch acts. In addition, it
is forbidden to install any capacitor for improvement of power
factor or any varistor against thunder at the output. Otherwise
it will cause malfunctions, tripping protection and damages of
components of the drive.
● Please use an independent power supply for the drive. Do avoid
using the common power supply with an electrical welder and
other equipment with strong disturbance. Otherwise it will cause
the drive to protect or even damage the drive.
● Do not make any high voltage test with any component inside the
drive. These semi-conductor parts are subject to the damage of

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high voltage.
● The IC board of the drive are susceptible to the effect and damage
of static electricity. Don’t touch the main circuit board.
● Installation, commissioning and maintenance must be performed
by qualified professional personnel.
● Don’t carry the front cover of the drive directly when handling.
It should be handled with the base to prevent the front cover off
and avoid the dropping of the drive, which may possibly cause the
injuries to people and the damages to the drive.

Danger
● Be sure to turn off the power supply before wiring.
● Mount the drive in the metal and other non-combustible materials
to avoid the risk of fire.
● Don’t install the drive in a space with explosive gas, otherwise,
they lead to explosion.
● R, S, T terminals are power input terminals, never mixed with
U.V.W terminals. Be sure that the wiring of the main circuit is
correct. Otherwise it will cause damages of the drive when the
power is applied to it.
● The ter minal of must be grounded separately and never
connected toN-line. Otherwise it will easily cause the protection
or errors of thedrive.
● Do not dissemble or modify any internal connecting cord, wiring
or component of the drive by yourself.
● Never remodel it or exchange control boards and components by
yourself. It may expose you to an electrical shock or explosion,
etc.
● Keep the drivefrom the reach of children or persons not concerned.

1.2 During the Power-up

Danger
●  Do not plug the connectors of the drive duringthe power upto
avoid any surge into the main control board due to plugging,
which might cause the damage of thedrive.

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1.3 During the Operation

Caution
● Do not measure the signals on circuit boards while the drive is
running to avoid danger.
● The drive has been optimized before sold. Please make proper
adjustments according to the desired functions.
● Do consider the vibration, noise and the speed limit of the motor
bearings and the mechanical devices.

Danger
● Never connect or disconnect the motor set while thedrive is in
running. Otherwise it will cause over-current trip and even burn
up the main circuit of the drive.
● Do not come close to the machine when the ResetFunction is
used to avoid anything unexpected. The motor may automatically
recover from fault.

1.4 After the Power-off

Caution
● Even in the case of the main power, the other voltage inputs and
the share load (linkage of DC intermediate circuit) all have been
disconnected from the mains; the internal of the drive may still
have residual energy. Before touching any potentially live parts of
the drive, please wait at least 4 minutes. Otherwise, it may expose
you to a risk of electrical shock.

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Chapter 2 Standards and Specifications


2.1 Label Description

Significance of the product type code:

1-8 HLP-C100 Indicate Product Series


9-12 0D37 Indicate0.37KW
13-14 21 Indicate 1-Phase AC 220V
23 Indicate 3-Phase AC 220V
43 Indicate 3-Phase AC 380V
15-17 P20 IP rating is 20
18 X Without AC choke
A With AC choke
19 X Without Brake unit
B With Brake unit
20 X Without DC choke
B With DC choke
21 1 Control panel with LED display and potentiometer
22 C With coating on PCB
23 X Reserved
24 0 Domestic sale
1 Overseas sale
25 A Without RS485
B With RS485
26-27 XX Reserved
28-31 VXXX Indicate sof tware version number, such as
V235 means the version number is 2.35.

Note: Without RS485 is standard configuration, With RS485 is optional, please


specif y when ordering.

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2.2 Particular Specifications


Input Output Rated Suitable Net
Model Input voltage current/ current/ power/ motor/ weight/
A A KW KW KG
HLP-C1000D3721 1×200-240V50/60Hz 6.1 2.2 0.37 0.37 0.84
HLP-C1000D7521 1×200-240V50/60Hz 11.6 4.2 0.75 0.75 0.84
HLP-C10001D521 1×200-240V50/60Hz 18.7 6.8 1.5 1.5 0.84
HLP-C1000D3723 3×200-240V50/60Hz 3.5 2.2 0.37 0.37 0.84
HLP-C1000D7523 3×200-240V50/60Hz 6.7 4.2 0.75 0.75 0.84
HLP-C10001D523 3×200-240V50/60Hz 10.9 6.8 1.5 1.5 0.84
3×380-440V50/60Hz 3.5 2.2
HLP-C1000D7543 0.75 0.75 0.84
3×440-480V50/60Hz 3.0 2.1
3×380-440V50/60Hz 5.9 3.7
HLP-C10001D543 1.5 1.5 0.84
3×440-480V50/60Hz 5.1 3.4
3×380-440V50/60Hz 8.5 5.3
HLP-C10002D243 2.2 2.2 0.84
3×440-480V50/60Hz 7.3 4.8

2.3 Technical Specifications


Item Specification
Single/Three phase 200~240V -20%~+10%;
Supply voltage
Three phase 380~480V -20%~+10%;
Power supply
Frequency 48~62Hz;
Max. imbalance 3%;
Output voltage Three phase 0-100% of supply voltage;
Motor output
Output f requency 0-400Hz;
Control mode V/F, VVC+;
Start torque 0.5Hz 150%;
Overload capacity 150% 60s;
PWM switch f requency 2~16kHz;
Digital: 0.001Hz; Analogy: 0.5‰ of the
Speed setting resolution
max. operating f requency ;
Main control Speedopen-loop control
30~4000 rpm: tolerance±8 rpm;
f unctions accuracy
Co n t r ol co m m a n d
LCP, digital terminal, local bus;
source
Fr eq u e n c y se t t i n g
LCP, analog, pulse, local bus;
source
Selectable 8-speed steps ramp up and
Ramp control
down times 0.05-300.00s;

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Item Specification
Speed Open-loop Control; Process Closed-loop Control; Slip
Basic Compensation;Torque compensation;Automatic Voltage Regulation;
Functions V/F Control, DC Brake; Speed Limit; Current Limit; FlyingStart;
Reset Function;
Application Jogging; Multi-speed Control via Digital input; Mechanical
Functions Braking; UP/DOWN; Catch up/Slow down; Counter.
Missing Motor Phase Protection; Low-voltage Protection; Over-
voltage Protection; Over-current Protection; Output Phase Loss
Protection Protection; Output Short Circuit Protection; Output Grounding
Functions Fault Protection;Live Zero Timeout Function;ButtonFreeze;
Duplicate Fails; LCP Invalid; LCP Incompatible; Parameter Read-
only; Reference Out of Range; Invalid While Running etc.
5 digital inputs;
Input 1analog input, both can receive voltage
Control or current signals.
terminals Output 1 relay output;
Power supply 1 +10V, max current output 10mA;
Communication* RS+, RS-, max baud rate 38400bit/s;
8 segments, 5 numeric Display f requency, warnings, status
displays and so on;
Light FWD, REV, HZ, A, RPM display
Indicator
various status of the drive;
Frequency setting, output f requency,
Display feedback value, output current, DC
link voltage, output voltage, output
Data read-outs power, input terminals state, output
ter minals state, analogue input ,
analogue output, 1-10 fault records and
accumulated working time etc.;
Enclosure IP20;
Ambient temperature -10℃~50℃, derating use when over 40℃;
Humidity 5%-85% (95% without condensation);
Vibration test 1.14g;
Environment
Max. altitude above sea 1000m, derating use when more than
level 1000 meters;
Shield cable: 5 meters, unshield cable: 50
Motor cable length
meters;
DC choke None;
others
Braking unit ≥220/380V 1.5kWBuilt-in

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2.4 Derating Specifications


Derating for ambient temperature: If the drive is operated over 40℃
ambient temperature, the continuous output current should be decreased.The
drive has been designed for operation at max 50℃ ambient temperationwith
one motor size smaller than normal.Continuous operation at f ull load at 50℃
ambient temperation will reduce the lifetime of the drive.
Derating for low air pressure: The cooling capability of air is decreased
at low air pressure. Below 1000m altitude no de-rating is necessary but above
1000m the ambient temperature or the maximum output current should be
decreased. Dcrease the output by 1% per 100m altitude above 1000m or reduce
the max. ambient temperature by 1 degree per 200m.

2.5 Accessories

Cradle-01 LCP-02

Network Cable

CopyCard-01 LCP-03

Model Specification Remark


T h e s t a n d a r d l e n g t h of
extension cable is 15 meters Optional, please specif y
LCP-02
when mounting LCP on control when ordering
cabinet.
LCP-03 has the same installation
Optional, please specif y
LCP-03 dimensions with HLP-A control
when ordering
panel (OP-AB01).
Optional, please specif y
Cradle-01 For LCP-02 installation.
when ordering
Copy Card can copy parameters Optional, please specif y
CopyCard-01
f rom one drive to another. when ordering
Connect LCP to the drive when
Network Do not offer, self
mou nt i ng LCP on cont rol
Cable procurement
cabinet.

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Chapter 3 Mechanical and Electrical Installation


3.1 Mechanical Installation
3.1.1 Installation Environment Requirements
1  Ambient temperature in the range of -10℃~ 50℃;
2  Drive should be installed on surface of flame retardant object, with
adequate surroundingspace for heat dissipation;
3  Installation should be performed where vibration is less than 1.14g;
4  Avoid from moisture and direct sunlight;
5  Do not expose to an atmosphere with f lammable gases, corrosive
gases, explosive gasesor other harmful gases;
6  Protect the cooling fan by avoiding oil, dust and metal particles;
7  Prevent drilling residues, wire ends and screws falling into drive;

3.1.2 External and Installation Dimensions

B
A E

CD D

Single/three phase 220V 0.37~1.5kW and three phase 380V 0.75~2.2kW

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External and installation dimensions(unit: mm)


Model A B C D E F
HLP-C1000D3721
HLP-C1000D7521
HLP-C10001D521
HLP-C1000D3723
HLP-C1000D7523 74 85 130 140 127 5
HLP-C10001D523
HLP-C1000D7543
HLP-C10001D543
HLP-C10002D243

3.1.3 Installation and Direction


1. Single Installation
The drive must be installed vertically with smooth ventilation. Enough
space must be left around the drive to ensure good cooling, as shown
below (unit: mm):

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2. Side by Side Installation


The drive can be mounted side by side, a minimum space must be
reserved above and below the enclosure, as shown below:

3.Upper and Lower Installation


If several drives need to be installed together in one cabinet, upper and
lower installation can be adopted. Enough space must be reserved to
ensure effective cooling, as shown below:

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3.1.4 Accessories Installation


1. LCP-02 Installation
The external dimensions of LCP-02 are shown below (unit: mm):

21.7
59.5 12.8 57.1
92.6

89.2
13.3

When installing LCP-02 outside, a cradle is needed. The external


dimensions of the cradle are shown below (unit: mm):

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The installation steps of LCP-02 are shown below:

This cradle is suitable for 1.0-2.0mm


t h ick ness shee t
metal parts
Press and hold
the snap roots when
installation, using
buckle deformation
Step1: Open a hole in line with the size of install sheet metal.
the control panel in the position need to Step2: Install the LCP according to
install the LCP, hole size, as shown: the direction of the arrow.

Recommended
to install vertical
mounting position
arrow, press with
uniform force.

Step 4: Install the external LCP communication


Step 3: The LCP is installed in the cradle, cable, insert into RJ45 terminal f rom thebottom
according to the direction of the arrow. of hole.

2. LCP-03 Installation
The external dimensions of LCP-03 are shown below (unit: mm):

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The installation steps of LCP-03 are shown below:

Step 1:   Open a hole in the control panel


where it is needed to install LCP-01 or
LCP-02, the hole size is as shown.
Projection Scale / Paper size Matr./Spec.

1:1 / A3 Danfoss standard

Last revised by Date Designation

DANFOSS DRIVES A/S


Confidential: Property of Danfoss Drives A/S. Not to be handed over to,
copied or used by third party. Two- or three dimensional reproduction Part no.
of contents to be authorized by Danfoss Drives A/S. LCP
PDM controlled drawing. - Hard copy not valid without frozen date in ID stamp. Rev.
001

Step 3:   Install the LCP commun-ication


cable, insert into RJ45 terminal f rom the
bottom hole.

Projection Scale / Paper size Matr./Spec.

1:1 / A3 Danfoss standard

vised by Date Designation


Model: LCP.ASSEM

DANFOSS DRIVES A/S


dential: Property of Danfoss Drives A/S. Not to be handed over to,
d or used by third party. Two- or three dimensional reproduction Part no. Sh.
ntents to be authorized by Danfoss Drives A/S. LCP 2 of 2
controlled drawing. - Hard copy not valid without frozen date in ID stamp. Rev.
001

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3.2 Peripheral Electrical Devices


The peripheral electrical devices of the drive are shown below:

Mounting
Part Function Description
Location
Power Interrupt the power supply when
MCCB
receiving side overcurrent occurs ondownstream devices.
Between Do not start and stop the drive frequently
MCCB and by switchingthe contactor on and off (less
Contactor
drive input than twice per minute) noruse it to directly
side start the drive.

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Mounting
Part Function Description
Location
Improve the power factor of the input side;
Eliminate the input current unbalance due
to unbalancebetween the power phases;
AC input Drive input
Eliminate the higher harmonics of the input
reactor side
sideeffectively;
prevent other devices from beingdamaged
due to distortion of the voltage waveform;
Decrease the conduction interference
flowing from the power end to the drive and
improve the antiinterference capacity of the
EMC input Drive input
drive;
filter side
Reduce the external conduction and
radiation
interference of the drive;
Braking ≥1.5kW
unit Braking unit Consume the motor feedback energy to
Braking is standard achieve rapid braking.
resistor configuration
EMC Reduce the external conduction and
Drive output
output radiation
side
filter interference of the drive.
Between the Degrade the motor insulation performance
drive and damage the motor in the long run;
output side and Generate large leakage current and cause
AC output
the frequent ACdrive protection trips;
reactor
motor, close to If the distance between the drive and the
the motor isgreater than 100 m, install an AC
drive output reactor;

3.2.1 Selection of MCCB/Fuse/Contactor

Model MCCB (A) Fuse (A) Contactor (A)


HLP-C1000D3721 10 10 10
HLP-C1000D7521 25 25 16
HLP-C10001D521 32 32 25
HLP-C1000D3723 10 10 10

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HLP-C1000D7523 16 16 10
HLP-C10001D523 25 25 16
HLP-C1000D7543 10 10 10
HLP-C10001D543 10 10 10
HLP-C10002D243 16 16 10

3.2.2 Selection of Braking Unit and Braking Resistor


Users can select different braking resistor for different application,
it is calculated as follows. But the resistance should not be less than the
minimum recommended in the table, otherwise there is a risk of damage
caused by the drive, the power of braking resistor can be greater.the
greater system inertia, the short deceleration time, the more frequent
braking, the greater the power of the braking resistor, the smaller the
braking resistor value.
1. Selection of the Braking resistor value
The braking resistor value:R = U DH×U DH ÷(K B×PMN)
UDH is the limit of the DC bus, generally it is 700V for 400V model ,
400V for 200V model.
PMN is rated motor power;
K B is braking torque coefficient, it is between 0.8 to 2.0. For
general machine, it is 1.0, for greaterinertia machine, it is 1.5 to 2.

2. Selection of the Braking resistor power


Braking power: Pb = U DH×U DH÷ R
Theoretically braking resistor power and braking power can
be the same, But in actual choice, it will be multiplied by a
correction factor, braking resistor power
Pr = a Pb
correction factor: a = 0.12~ 0.9
For not frequent acceleration and deceleration application, a can
be set as 0.12, for
frequent acceleration and deceleration application, it should be
increased.
3. Recommended selection
Braking resistor Braking resistor
Model
Recommended Power Recommended value
HLP-C10001D521 300W ≧50Ω
HLP-C10001D523 300W ≧50Ω
HLP-C10001D543 250W ≧200Ω
HLP-C10002D243 500W ≧100Ω

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For the power less than 0.75kW (including) models, the selection of
braking resistor depends on the selection of braking unit.

3.2.3 Selection of AC Input and Output Reactor


1. The guide of AC input reactor selection

Maximum
Ratedcurrent Inductance (mH)
Model continuous
(A) & 3% Impedance
current(A)
HLP-C1000D3721 6 9 11.64
HLP-C1000D7521 12 18 5.74
HLP-C10001D521 19 28.5 2.87
HLP-C1000D3723 3.5 5.2 11.64
HLP-C1000D7523 7 10.5 5.74
HLP-C10001D523 11 16.5 2.87
HLP-C1000D7543 3.5 5.2 16
HLP-C10001D543 6 9 8
HLP-C10002D243 8.5 13 5.5

2. the guide of AC output reactor selection

Rated current Saturation Inductance (mH)


Model
(A) current (A) & 3% Impedance
HLP-C1000D3721 2.5 5.3 9.78
HLP-C1000D7521 5 10.6 4.82
HLP-C10001D521 7.5 15.9 2.41
HLP-C1000D3723 2.5 5.3 9.78
HLP-C1000D7523 5 10.6 4.82
HLP-C10001D523 7.5 15.9 2.41
HLP-C1000D7543 2.3 4.8 14.39
HLP-C10001D543 4 8.5 7.19
HLP-C10002D243 5.6 11.9 4.9

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3.2.4 Selection of EMC Filter

EMC Input Filter EMC Output Filter


Model Rated Rated
Recommended Recommended
Current Current
Model* Model*
(A) (A)
HLP-C1000D3721 10 NFI-010 5 NFO-005
HLP-C1000D7521 20 NFI-020 5 NFO-005
HLP-C10001D521 20 NFI-020 10 NFO-010
HLP-C1000D3723 5 NFI-005 5 NFO-005
HLP-C1000D7523 10 NFI-010 5 NFO-005
HLP-C10001D523 10 NFI-010 10 NFO-010
HLP-C1000D7543 5 NFI-005 5 NFO-005
HLP-C10001D543 5 NFI-005 5 NFO-005
HLP-C10002D243 10 NFI-010 10 NFO-010
* Recommended models is the Shanghai Eagtop Electronic Technology Co.,
  Ltd. products, website:
http://www.eagtop.com/

3.3 Description of Main Circuit


3.3.1 Schematic of Main Circuit Terminals

R S T PE

+BR-BR
u v w
PE
Description of main circuit terminals:
Symbol Function
R, S, T Power input, Single phase connected to R, T
U, V, W Power output, connect to the motor
Connect the brake resistor, make sure to set C02.10, C02.11
+BR, -BR
etc.
PE Ground terminal

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3.3.2 Main Circuit Terminal Screws and Wiring Recommended


   Specifications
Input and Input and
Input Output Ground Ground
Output Output
Model Cable Cable Terminal Terminal
Terminals’ Terminals’
(mm2) (mm2) Screw Torque
Screws Torque
HLP-C1000D3721 1 1 M3.5 0.8-1.0 M4 1.0-1.2
HLP-C1000D7521 1.5 1 M3.5 0.8-1.0 M4 1.0-1.2
HLP-C10001D521 1.5 1 M3.5 0.8-1.0 M4 1.0-1.2
HLP-C1000D3723 1 1 M3.5 0.8-1.0 M4 1.0-1.2
HLP-C1000D7523 1 1 M3.5 0.8-1.0 M4 1.0-1.2
HLP-C10001D523 1.5 1 M3.5 0.8-1.0 M4 1.0-1.2
HLP-C1000D7543 1 1 M3.5 0.8-1.0 M4 1.0-1.2
HLP-C10001D543 1 1 M3.5 0.8-1.0 M4 1.0-1.2
HLP-C10002D243 1 1 M3.5 0.8-1.0 M4 1.0-1.2

Note: This specif ication is under using single-core line VV and 25℃, if use
other cables or under higher temperature environment, please refer to
electrical manual.

3.4 Description of Control Circuit


3.4.1 Schematic of ControlCircuit Terminals
J1
FA FB FC FOR FEV D11 D12 D13 GND +10V VI RS+ RS- COM

Terminals’ specification:
Symbol Description Specification
1. Resistive Load: 250VAC 3A/30VDC
3A;
FA-FB-FC Relay output 2 . I n d u c t i v e L o a d : 2 5 0 VA C
0.2A/24VDC 0.1A (cosφ=0.4);
FA-FB: NC, FB-FC: NO
1. Logic:
   >DC 19V Logic:0;
FOR, REV,    <DC 14V Logic: 1;
Digital input
DI1, DI2, DI3 2. Voltage: DC0~24v;
3. Input resistance: 5kΩ;
4. Input voltage Rang:Max ±30v;

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GND Digital/Analog Isolated f rom internal COM.


Maxload 10mA, with over load and
+10V 10Vpower supply
short circuit protection f unctions.
VI can be conf igurated to 0-20mA or
0-10Vby paramters:
VI Analog input
1. Input Impedance: about 10kΩ;
2. Input Impedence: ≤500Ω;
RS485
RS+, RS- Max baud rate: 38400bit/s;
communication
COM Digital ground Isolated f rom internal GND;

1 2 3
RS485
ter mi nat ion
ON OFF
J1
resistor ju mper
Jumper switch 1-2 connected: ON,
switch
termination resistor connected;
Jumper switch 2-3 connected: OFF,
termination resistor not connected,
default state;

3.4.2 ControlTerminals’Screws and Wiring Recommended


    Specifications
Cable specifications
Cable types Torque (n∙m)
(mm 2)
Shielded cables 0.4 0.4

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3.4.3 ControlCurcuit Wiring

Motor
R U
Power S V
RFI
Supply T W

PE
RFI
Switch
PE

Switch Mode
Power Supply
+BR
10VDC 24VDC
10mA 200mA Braking
+10V Resistor
-BR

0-10V VI
FA
/4-20mA
FB
Relay
FC
GND

FOR
24V (NPN) RS+
Terminal
REV RS485 RS485
24V (NPN)
Digital Interface 2 Resistor Communication
1 RS-
Input DI1 3
24V (NPN) Jumper
Switch J1 COM
DI2
24V (NPN)
DI3
24V (NPN)

3.4.4 Digital Input Terminals UsageSpecification

Open collector NPN mode wiring


External +24V Drive
Controller

+3.3V

Opto-
isolator
Y1 DI1
GND

+3.3V

Opto-
isolator
Yn DIn
GND

GND

HLP-C100 only supports this mode.


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3.5 EMC instructions


3.5.1 Introduction to EMC Standard
The HLP-C100 series satisfies the requirements of standardIEC/EN61800-3:
2004 (Adjustable speed electricalpower drive systems part 3:EMC requirements
and specific test methods).

3.5.2 Noise Abatement


1. When peripheral equipment and the drive share the power supply
of one system, noise from the drive may be transmitted to other
equipment in this system via power lines and result in misoperation
and/or faults. In such a case, the following measures could be taken:
a.  Mount input noise filter at input terminal of the drive;
b.  Mount power supply filter at power input terminal of affected
equipment;
c.  Use isolation transformer to isolate the noise transmission path
between other equipment and the drive.
2. As the wiring of peripheral equipment and the drive constitutes a
circuit, the unavoidable earthing leakage current of drive will cause
equipment misoperation and/or faults. Disconnect the grounding
connection of equipment may avoid this misoperation and/or faults.
3. Sensitive equipment and signal lines shall be mounted as far away
from drive as possible.
4. Signal lines should be provided with shielded layer and reliably
grounded. Alternatively, signal cable could be put into metallic
conduits between which the distance shall be no less than 20cm, and
shall be kept as far away from drive and its peripheral devices, cables
as possible. Never make signal lines in parallel with power lines or
bundle them up.
5. Signal lines must orthogonally cross power lines if this cross
inevitable.
6. Motor cables shall be placed in thick protective screen like more than
2mm-thick pipelines or buried cement groove, also, power lines can
be put into metallic conduit and grounded well with shielded cables.
7. Use 4-core motor cables of which one is grounded at close side of the
drive and the other side is connected to motor enclosure.
8. Input and output terminals of drive are respectively equipped with
radio noise filter and linear noise filter. For example, ferrite common
mode choke can restrain radiation noise of power lines.

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3.5.3 Grounding
Recommended ground electrode is shown in the figure below:

Other
Drive
Devices

PE PE

1. Use to the fullest extent the maximum standard size of grounding


cables to reduce the impedance of grounding system;
2. Grounding wires should be as short as possible;
3. Grounding point shall be as close to the drive as possible;
4. One wire of 4-core motor cables shall be grounded at the drive side
and connected to grounding terminal of motor at the other side.
Better effect will be achieved if motor and drive are provided with
dedicated ground electrodes;
5. When grounding terminals of various parts of system are linked
together, leakage current turns into a noise source that may influence
other equipment in the system, thus, grounding terminals of the drive
and other vulnerable equipment should be separated;
6. Grounding cable shall be kept away from input& output of noise-
sensitive equipment.

3.5.4 Leakage Current Suppression


Leakage current passes through the line-to-line and ground distributed
capacitors at input & output sides of drive, and its size is associated with the
capacitance of distributed capacitor and the carrier f requency. Leakage current
is classified into ground leakage current and line-to-line leakage current.
1. Ground leakage current not only circulates inside drive system, but
may also influence other equipment via ground loop. Such a leakage
current may result in malfunction of RCD and other equipment.
The higher the carrier frequency of drive is, the bigger the ground
leakage current would be. The longer the motor cables and the bigger
the parasitic capacitance are, the bigger the ground leakage current
would be. Therefore, the most immediate and effective method for
suppression of ground leakage current is to reduce carrier frequency

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and minimize the length of motor cables.


2. The higher harmonics of line-to-line leakage current that passes
through between cables at output side of drive will accel the aging
of cables and may bring about malfunction of other equipment. The
higher the carrier frequency of drive is, the bigger the line-to-line
leakage current would be. The longer the motor cables and the bigger
the parasitic capacitance are, the bigger the line-to-line leakage
current would be. Therefore, the most immediate and effective
method for suppression of ground leakage current is to reduce
carrier requency and minimize the length of motor cable. Line-to-
line leakage current can also be effectively suppressed by mounting
additional output reactors.
3. For the HLP-C100 serials, it can remove RFI screw to cut RFI filter
to reduce the leakage current;

3.5.5 Induction VoltageSuppression


The drive outputs pulse voltage which will form induction voltage in the
surface of the motor when the drive is not grounded. The induction voltage
can be reduced by connecting the drive's PE terminal to the motor and closing
RFI screws .

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Chapter 4 Operation and Display Interface


4.1 Local Control Panel
Local Control Panel (LCP)can do the operation of parameters modifications,
status monitoring and drive control (start, stop), its appearance is shown blow:

Screen

Functio LED

Menu key Shift key

HAND key AUTO key

HAND LED AUTO LED

OFF key

Incremental
potentiometer OFF LED

1. StateLED
The drive has three operating states: HAND control state, AUTO control
state and OFF state. The operating states are indicated by HAND, AUTO and
OFF Led.
HAND LED: The drive is in the HAND control state when it is on. The
f requency can be changed by turning the incremental potentiometer. Push
“HAND” key to set the drive in the HAND state.
OFF Led: The drive is in the OFF state when it is on. Push “OFF” key to set
the drive in the HAND state.
AUTOLED: The drive is in the AUTO state when it is on. In the AUTO state,
the drive is controlled by control terminals or communication. Push “AUTO”
key to set the drive in the AUTO state.

2. FunctionLed
FWD, REVLed: Indicates that the drive runs forwards or reverse.
Hz, A, RPM Led: Indicates the meaning of data displayed on the screen.
Local remote running lights running lights, OFF LEDs, three LED lights
indicate.

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3. Screen
There are 5 LED which can display ref erence, out put f requency,
monitoring data and warning/alarm code.

4. Keys

Symbol Name Function

MENU Programming Enter or exit menu.


Select the displayed parameters in
turn in the stop or running state;
Shift
Select the digit to be modified when
modifying parameters.
Push it to set the drive in the HAND
HAND Hand
control state.
Stop the drive when it is in the
running state and perform thereset
OFF Off/Reset
operation when it is in the fault
state.
Push it to set the drive in the AUTO
AUTO Auto
control state.
Push the incremental potentiometer.
Confirm Enter the menu or confirm the
parameter setting.

5. Incremental Potentiometer
Increase/decrease data or parameter, clockwise to increase, counter-
clockwise to decrease.

4.2 ParameterSetting
Example:Set C03.10 [0] to 20.5:

Key-press LCP Display Action Description

Presskey to display the first


C00.03
basic C00.03

Turn clockwise to select


C03.00
parameter groupC03

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Press key to shift to fractional


C03.00
part

Turn clockwise to select


C03.10
parameterC03.10

Press key show the first


[0]
option of C03.10

Press key to show the value


0000 of the first option of parameter
C03.10

Turn clockwise to change the


000.5
fractional part to 5

Press key to shift to integral


000.5
part

Press key to change the


020.5
integral part to 20

Press key to accept the


END
change and save it as 20.5

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4.3 FWD/REV Status


Confirm the direction of the motor according to the set value, as shown in
the following table:

Reference: Running status Indicator Display

≥0 STOP

<0 STOP

≥0 FWD

≥0 REV

<0 FWD

<0 REV

Note: A flash light denotes the status coming, Light on indicates the current
state, and light off means not in this state.
Example 1: The f irst line of the table indicates the drive is stop and the
reference is greater than or equal to 0, means the dirve at some time in
the f uture will run forward.
Example 2: The fourth line of the table represents the current drive is reverse
running, and the reference setting is greater than or equal to 0, it means
the drive at some time in the f uture will run forward.

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4.4 Data Read-outs


Press key to change the display items on LCP while displaying output
f requency.

Display
Key-press LCP Display Action Description
Items
Show the output
Output Initial frequency
Frequency interface C16.13is50.0Hz,
display accuracy: 0.1

Show the reference


C16.01 is 50.000,
Reference
display accuracy:
0.001

Show the motor


Motor current C16.14
Current is 9.00A, display
accuracy: 0.01

Show the motor


Motor voltage C16.12
Voltage is 380V, display
accuracy: 1

Show the motor


Motor speed C16.05 is
Speed 1440rpm, display
accuracy:1

Show the DC
Voltage C16.30is
DC Voltage
540V,display
accuracy: 1

Show the
Drive drivetemperature
temperature C16.34 is45℃,
display accuracy:1

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Show the feedback


Feedback value C16.52
Value is28.000, display
accuracy: 0.001

Show counter A
Counter A C16.72 is 65535,
display accuracy:1

Show counter B
Counter B C16.72 is 65535,
diaplay accuracy: 1

Show analog in VI
Analog in C16.62 is10.00V,
VI display accuracy:
0.01

Note: The drive only monitor output f requency, reference and output current
reference by default. For monitoring other status (DC voltage, etc.),
please set the parameter C00.33 (refer to instructions).

4.5 View Alarm Record


If the drive trips, fault code will be showed to illustrate the reason,the drive
will save the last 10 trip record.

Key-press LCP Display Action Description

Press key to display the first


C00.04
basic C00.04.

Turn clockwise to select par.


C15.00
group No.C15.

Press to select parameter


C15.00
number.

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Turn clockwise to select


C15.30
C15.30

Press to show the first option


[0]
of C15.30

Press to show the first fault


**
record.

Press to show the second


[1] fault record, it can display up to
ten recent fault records in turn.

4.6 View State Parameter


By viewing the group 16th parameters can learn the current status of the
drive. For example: C16.60 indicators the current state of digital input terminals.

Key-press LCP Display Action Description

Press to display the first


C00.04
basic parameterC00.04.

Turn clockwise to select


C16.00
Par. group No. C16

Press to select parameter


C16.00
No.

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Turn clockwise to select


C16.60
C16.60

Press to view the value in

2 C16.60, 2 indicates status of


FOR, DI1, DI2, DI3, DI4 is 0,
and status of REV is 1.

4.7 LED Display

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Chapter 5 Parameter Overview


Par.
Par. No. Name Range Unit Default
Group
0: Resume
Operating State at 1: Forced stop,
C00.04 0
Power-up ref =old
2: Forced stop, ref =0
Custom Readout Min.
C00.31 0.00~9999.00 0.00
Value

Custom Readout Max.


C00.32 0.00~9999.00 0.00
Value

C00.33 LCP Display Option 0~4095 0

0: Disabled
C00.40 HAND Key Option 0
1: Enabled
0: Disabled
C00.41 OFF Key Option 1: Enabled 1
2: Enabled reset only
0: Disabled
C00.42 AUTO Key Option 1
1: Enabled
0: Disabled
5: 5s
One Key Recovery
C00.46 10: 10s 1
Time
15: 15s
20: 20s
0: 0.1
C00.47 LCP Potentiometer Step 1: 1 1
2: 10
0: Disabled
C00.60 Set-up Locked 0
1: Enabled

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Par.
Par. No. Name Range Unit Default
Group
0: Speed open loop
C01.00 Configuration Mode 3: Process closed loop 0
4: Torque open loop
*C01.20 Motor Power Motor dependant kW *
*C01.22 Motor Voltage 50~1000 V *
*C01.23 Motor Frequency 20~400 Hz *
*C01.24 Motor Current Motor dependant A *
*C01.25 Motor Speed 100~9999 rpm *
*C01.26 Motor Torque 0.1~10000.0 N·m *
*C01.42 Motor Cable Length 0~150 m *
Par. Group01: Load / Motor

C01.55 V/F Characteristic-V 0.0~999.9 V *


C01.56 V/F Characteristic-F 0.0~400.0 Hz *
C01.62 Slip Compensation -400~399 % 0
Slip Compensation Time
C01.63 0.05~5.00 s 0.10
Constant
C01.67 Torque Compensation 0~200 % 0
C01.71 Start Delay 0.0~10.0 s 0.0
0: DC Hold
C01.72 Start Function 2
2: Coast
0: Disabled
*C01.73 Flying Start 0
1: Enabled
C01.75 Min. Start Frequency 0.00~10.00 Hz 0.00
C01.76 Jump Frequency 0.0~20.0 Hz 0.0
0: Coast
C01.80 Function at Stop 0
1: DC Hold
Min Speed for Function
C01.82 0.0~400.0 Hz 0.0
at Stop
C02.00 DC Hold Current 0~150 % 50
Par. Group 02: Brake Function

C02.01 DC Brake Current 0~150 % 50


C02.02 DC Braking Time 0.0~60.0 s 10.0
C02.04 DC Brake Cut in Speed 0.0~400.0 % 0.0
0: Off
C02.10 Brake Function 0
1: Resistor brake
C02.11 Brake Resistor 5~65535 Ω *
0: Disabled
C02.17 Over-voltage Control 2: Mode 1 0
3: Mode 2

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Par.
Par. No. Name Range Unit Default
Group
C03.03 Maximum Reference 0.000~4999.000 50.000
0: Preset reference +
Main Reference Reference source1, 2
C03.07
Calculation 1: Preset reference
priority
C03.10 Preset Reference -100.00~100.00 % 0.00
C03.11 Jog speed 0.0~400.0 Hz 0.0
Catch up/Slow down
C03.12 0.00~100.00 % 0.00
Value
C03.13 Speed Up/Down Value 0.01~50.00 Hz 0.10
C03.15 Reference Source1 0: No f unction 1
1: Terminal VI
C03.16 Reference Source2 2
11: Local bus
Relative Reference 21: LCP
Par. Group 03: Reference / Ramps

C03.18 0
Source potentiometer
0: No f unction
Speed Up/Down Value
C03.19 1: Stop save 0
Store
2: Power down save
C03.41 Ramp 1 Ramp Up Time 0.05~300.00 s *
Ramp 1 Ramp Down
C03.42 0.05~300.00 s *
Time
C03.51 Ramp 2 Ramp Up Time 0.05~300.00 s *
Ramp 2 Ramp Down
C03.52 0.05~300.00 s *
Time
C03.61 Ramp 3 Ramp Up Time 0.05~300.00 s *
Ramp 3 Ramp Down
C03.62 0.05~300.00 s *
Time
C03.71 Ramp 4 Ramp Up Time 0.05~300.00 s *
Ramp 4 Ramp Down
C03.72 0.05~300.00 s *
Time
C03.80 Jog Ramp Time 0.05~300.00 s *
C03.85 Ramp 5 Ramp Up Time 0.05~300.00 s *
Ramp 5 Ramp Down
C03.86 0.05~300.00 s *
Time
C03.88 Ramp 6 Ramp Up Time 0.05~300.00 s *

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Par.
Par. No. Name Range Unit Default
Group
Ramp 6 Ramp Down
Par. Group 03: Reference / Ramps

C03.89 0.05~300.00 s *
Time
C03.91 Ramp 7 Ramp Up Time 0.05~300.00 s *
Ramp 7 Ramp Down
C03.92 0.05~300.00 s *
Time
C03.94 Ramp 8 Ramp Up Time 0.05~300.00 s *
Ramp 8 Ramp Down
C03.95 0.05~300.00 s *
Time
Link preset reference 0: No link
C03.96 0
and ramp time 1: Link
0: Clockwise
*C04.10 Motor Speed Direction 1: Counter clockwise 2
2: Both directions
*C04.12 Motor Speed Low Limit 0.0~C04.14 Hz 0.0
Motor Speed High
*C04.14 C04.12~C04.19 Hz 65.0
Limit
Par. Group 04: Limits / Warnings

C04.18 Current Limit 0~300 % 150


*C04.19 Max Output Frequency 0.0~400.0 Hz 65.0
Counting Value of
C04.40 0~0x7FFFFFFFUL 0
Counter A
Counting Value of
C04.41 0~0x7FFFFFFFUL 0
Counter B
Warning Frequency
C04.52 0.0~400.0 Hz 0.0
Low
Warning
C04.53 0.1~400.0 Hz 65.0
FrequencyHigh
Missing Motor Phase 0: Disable
*C04.58 1
Function 1: Enable
C04.61 Bypass Speed From 0.0~400.0 Hz 0.0
C04.63 Bypass Speed to 0.0~400.0 Hz 0.0
C05.04 DI Filter Time 2~16 ms 4
Par. Group 05: Digital In /

0: Off
2: Stop and warning
3: Jogging and
Out

Function at External
C05.09 warning 0
Alarm
4: Max. speedand
warning
5: Stop and trip

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Par.
Par. No. Name Range Unit Default
Group
C05.10 Terminal FOR 8
C05.11 Terminal REV 10
C05.12 Terminal DI1 15
C05.13 Terminal DI2 16
0: No operation
1: Reset
2: Coast inverse
6: Stop inverse
8: Start
9: Latched start
10: Reversing
11: Start reversing
14: Jog
15: Preset ref. bit0
16: Preset ref. bit1
Par. Group 05: Digital In / Out

17: Preset ref. bit2


21: Speed up
22: Speed down
28: Catch up
29: Slow down
34: Ramp bit0
C05.14 Terminal DI3 35: Ramp bit1 17
36: Ramp bit2
37: Latched
Reversing
38: JogReversing
42: Coast
43: External Alarm
Input
46: Stop
60: Counter A
62: Reset counter A
63: Counter B
65: Reset counter B

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Par.
Par. No. Name Range Unit Default
Group

0: No operation
5: Drive running
8: Run on reference/
No warning
9: Alarm
10: Alarm or
warning
15: Out of f requency
Par. Group 05: Digital In / Out

range
16: Below f requency
low
17: Above f requency
C05.40 Relay Function 5
high
18: Out of feedback
range
21: Thermal warning
24: Ready, voltage
OK
25: Reverse signal
26: Bus OK
38: Counter A reach
39: Counter B reach
43: External alarm
55: Reverse

Terminal VI Low
C06.10 0.00~C06.11 V 0.07
Voltage
Terminal VI High
C06.11 C06.10~10.00 V 10.00
Par. Group 06: Analog In/ Out

Voltage
Terminal VI Low
C06.12 0.00~C06.13 mA 0.14
Current
Terminal VI High
C06.13 C06.12~20.00 mA 20.00
Current
Terminal VI Low Ref./
C06.14 -4999.000~4999.000 0.000
Feedb. Value
Terminal VI High Ref./
C06.15 -4999.000~4999.000 50.000
Feedb. Value
C06.16 Terminal VI Filter Time 0.01~10.00 s 0.01

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Par.
Par. No. Name Range Unit Default
Group
Terminal VI Zero Dead 0.0~20.00 V/
Par. Group 06: Analog

C06.18 0.00
Band mA
0: Voltage mode
In/ Out

C06.19 Terminal VI Mode 0


1: Current mode
C06.81 LCP Pot.Min. Ref. -4999.000~4999.000 0.000
C06.82 LCP Pot.Max. Ref. -4999.000~4999.000 50.000
0: No f unction
Process PID Feedback
C07.20 1: Terminal VI 0
Source
11: Local bus
Process PID Anti 0: Disable
C07.31 0
Windup 1: Enable
Par. Group 07: Controllers

Process PID
C07.33 0.00~10.00 0.01
Proportional Gain
Process PID Integral 0.10~9999.00
C07.34 s 9999.00
Time
Process PID Feed 0~400
C07.38 % 0
Forward Factor
On Reference 0~200
C07.39 % 0
Bandwidth
Process PID Output -100~100
C07.41 % 0
Low
Process PID Output -100~100
C07.42 % 100
High
0: Digital and
control word
C08.01 Control Site 0
1: Digital only
2: Control word only
Par. Group 08: Communiction

0: Disable
C08.02 Control Word Selection 1
1: Enable
Control Word Timeout
C08.03 0.1~6500.0 s 1.0
Time
0: Off
2: Stop
Control Word Timeout
C08.04 3: Jogging 0
Function
4: Max. speed
5: Stop and trip
Reset Control Word 0: Do not reset
C08.06 0
Timeout 1: Do reset

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Par.
Par. No. Name Range Unit Default
Group
Communication Alarm 0: Bit mode
C08.29 0
Mode 1: Code mode

C08.31 Address 0~247 1

0: 2400
1: 4800
bit/s
C08.32 Baud Rate 2: 9600 2
3: 19200
4: 38400
0: Even parity (1 stop
bit)
Par. Group 08: Communiction

1: Odd parity (1 stop


bit)
C08.33 Parity/Stop Bits 2
2: No parity (1 stop
bit)
3: No parity (2 stop
bit)

C08.35 Min. Response Delay 0.001~0.500 s 0.002

C08.36 Max. Response Delay 0.010~10.000 s 5.000

0: Normal
1: Only response
C08.38 Message Response 0
exception message
2: Not response
0: Not saved at
Modbus Parameter power down
C08.39 0
Write Store 1: Saved at power
down
2~6: 2~6kHz
Par. Group 14: Special Functions

7: 8kHz
C14.01 Switching Frequency 8: 10kHz kHz *
9: 12kHz
10: 16kHz
0: Off
*C14.03 Overmodulation 1
1: On

C14.08 Damping Gain Factor 0~200 % 96

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Par.
Par. No. Name Range Unit Default
Group
0: Trip (Low
sensitivity)
1: Warning (Low
sensitivity)
2: Disabled
Function at Mains
C14.12 4: Warning (Middle 0
Imbanlance
sensitivity)
5: Trip (Middle
sensitivity)
6: Trip (High
sensitivity)
Automatic Voltage 0: Disable
C14.17 1
Regulation 1: Enable
Delay Time of Auto
C14.18 RestartWhen Power up 0.0~3600.0 s 0.0
Again
Par. Group 14: Special Functions

0: Manual reset
1~10: Auto reset 1-10
times
C14.20 Reset Mode 11: Auto reset 15 times 0
12: Auto reset 12
times
13: Infinite auto reset
C14.21 Automatic Restart Time 0~600 s 10
0: Normal operation
2: Initialization
3: Backup user
C14.22 Operation Mode 0
settings
4: Recover user
settings
0: Disable
C14.23 Trip lock 0
1: Enable
Current Controller 1
C14.30 0~300 % 100
Proportional Gain
Current Controller
C14.31 0.005~2.000 s 0.020
1Integration Time
Current Controller Filter
C14.32 2.0~100.0 ms 10.0
Time
Current Controller 2
C14.33 0~300 % 0
Proportional Gain

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Par.
Par. No. Name Range Unit Default
Group
Current Controller
C14.34 0.001~2.000 s 0.020
2Integration Time
0: Off
*C14.51 DC Link Compensation 0
1: On
C15.00 Operating Days 0~9999 d
Par.Group 15: Drive Information

C15.02 kWh Counter 0~65535 kWh


C15.03 Power Up’s 0~2147483647
0: Do not reset
C15.06 Reset kWh Counter 0
1: Do reset
C15.30 Alarm Code 0~255
C15.31 Internal Fault Reason -32767~32767
C15.38 Warning Code 0~255
C15.43 Sof tware Version
C16.00 Control Word 0~65535
C16.01 Reference -4999.000~4999.000
C16.02 Reference -200.0~200.0 %
C16.03 Status Word 0~65535
C16.05 Motor Speed 0~9999 rpm
C16.09 Custom Readout 0.00~9999.00
C16.10 Output Power 0.000~1000.000 kW
Par. Group 16: Data Readouts

C16.12 Motor Voltage 0~65535 V


C16.13 Output Frequency 0.0~400.0 Hz
C16.14 Output Current 0.00~655.35 A
C16.30 DC Link Voltage 0~65535 V
C16.34 IGBT Temperature 0~65535 ℃
C16.52 Feedback -4999.000~4999.000
C16.60 Digital Input 0~65535
0: 0~20mA
C16.61 Terminal VI Setting
1: 0~10V
Analog Input VI C16.62 0.00~20.00 V/mA
Relay Output C16.71 0~65535
Counter A C16.72 0~2147483647
Counter B C16.73 0~2147483647
Communication
C16.86 -32768~32767
Reference
Note: Reference signed with “*”inPar. No. column means this parameter can’t be
modified when the motor is running. In factory setting column, “*” means
the default setting for this parameter is determined by the drive type.

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Chapter 6 Parameter Description


6.1 Group 00: Operation/Display
C00.0* Basic Settings

Par. No. Name Range Unit Default


0: Resume
Operating State at
C00.04 1: Forced stop, ref=old 0
Power-up
2: Forced stop, ref=0

Selects the operating mode upon reconnection of the drive to mains


voltage after power down in Hand operation mode.
0: Resume, restarts the drive maintaining the same local reference and
the same start/stop settings as before the drive was powered down.
1: Forced stop, ref=old, restarts the drive with a saved local reference,
after mains voltage reappearsand after pressing HAND key.
2: Forced stop, ref= 0, resets the local reference to 0 upon restarting
the drive.
Attention: This parameter is only active in Hand operation mode.

C00.3*LCP Custom Readout

Par. No. Name Range Unit Default

C00.31 Custom Readout Min. Value 0.00~9999.00 0.00

C00.32 Custom Readout Max. Value 0.00~9999.00 0.00

It is possible to customize a readout value in the drive. Custom


Readout Value is linear proportional to speed, it is stored in parameter
C16.09.
The calculation of Custom Readout Value (C16.09) is shown below:
C16.09 = (C00.32 - C00.31) × C16.13 ÷ C04.14 + C00.31

Par. No. Name Range Unit Default


C00.33 LCP Display Option 0~4095 0

The LCP is fixed to display the output frequency、reference and


motor current (switch by ◄ key). This parameter is used to show another
11 basic operating states of the drive, each states corresponds to a binary
code : “1” means display the item, “0” means does not display the item.
For example, if you want to display the states of the temperature and the
terminal VI on LCP. Transform the binary code to decimal digit,
C00.33=1×23+1×27=136.

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Bit Bit
Bit9 Bit8 Bit7 Bit6 Bit5 Bit4 Bit3 Bit2 Bit1 Bit0
11 10
Custom Readout

Reserved

Reserved

Reserved

VI

Counter B

Counter A

Feedback Value

Temperature

DC-Voltage

Motor Speed

Motor Voltage
0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0

C00.4*LCP Keypad
Enable, disable individual keys on theLCP.
Par. No. Name Range Unit Default
0: Disabled
C00.40 HAND Key Option 0
1: Enabled
0: Disabled, No effect when HANDkey is pressed. Select [0] Disabled
to avoid accidental start of the drive in Hand operation mode;
1: Enabled, HAND key is functional;
Par. No. Name Range Unit Default
0: Disabled
OFF Key
C00.41 1: Enabled 1
Option
2: Enabled reset only
0: Disabled, avoids accidental stop of the drive;
1: Enabled, OFF key stop signal and reset of any fault;
2: Enabled reset only, reset only (fault), stop (off) function is disabled;
Par. No. Name Range Unit Default
0: Disabled
C00.42 AUTO Key Option 1
1: Enabled
0: Disabled, avoids accidental start of the drive in AUTOoperation
mode;
1: Enabled, AUTO key is functional;
Par. No. Name Range Unit Default
0: Disabled
One Key 5: 5s
C00.46 Recovery 10: 10s 1
Time 15: 15s
20: 20s

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“One Key Recovery”is that user can press OFF key to recover the
backup settings if the settings have been backuped. If the settings have
not been backuped, this function is disabled.
One key Recovery Time is used to determine how many seconds
should OFF key pressed to recover the backup settings, it is set to 0 to
disable one key recovery function.
Note: If an alarm happens, press OFF key will reset alarm first.

Par. No. Name Range Unit Default


0: 0.1
C00.47 LCP Potentiometer Step 1: 1 1
2: 10
This parameter determines the reference value increase or decrease
when the LCP potentiometer rotates.

C00.6*Protection

Par. No. Name Range Unit Default


0: Disabled
C00.60 Set-up Locked 0
1: Enabled

0: Disabled
1: Enabled, prevent unauthorized editing of parameters.
Attention: Thisfunction is only valid to LCP, not active to local bus.

6.2 Group 01: Load and Motor


C01.0* General Settings

Par. No. Name Range Unit Default


0: Speed open loop
C01.00 Configuration Mode 0
3: Process closed loop

0: Speed open loop, Enables speed control (without feedback signal


from motor) with automatic slip compensation for almost constant
speed at var ying loads. Compensations are active but can be
disabled in the Load/Motor par. group C01.0*;
3: Process closed loop, Enables the use of process control in the drive.
The process control parameters are set in par. groups 7-2* and 7-3*.
Attention: If configuration mode is changed, C03.00, C03.03 will be
restored to factory setting.

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C01.2* Motor Date

Par. No. Name Range Unit Default


*C01.20 Motor Power Motordependant kW *
*C01.22 Motor Voltage 50~1000 V *
*C01.23 Motor Frequency 20~400 Hz *
*C01.24 Motor Current Motordependant A *
*C01.25 Motor Speed 100~9999 rpm *
*C01.26 Motor Torque 0.1~10000.0 N·m *
Set the above parameters according to the motor nameplate.

C01.4*Motor Cable Length


Par. No. Name Range Unit Default

*C01.42 Motor Cable Length 0~150 m *


Enter the motor cable length connected between the motor and the drive.
Set correct cable length can suppress noises resulted from the motor.

C01.5*Load Indep.Setting

Par. No. Name Range Unit Default

C01.55 V/F Characteristic-V 0.0~999.9 V *

C01.56 V/F Characteristic-F 0.0~400.0 Hz *

These parameters are array parameters [0-5], used to manually form a


V/F characteristic matching the motor. The frequency points[F0-F5] are
defined in C01.56 V/F Characteristic - F.The voltage at each point[V0-V5]
is def ined in C01.55 V/F Characteristic - V.These parameters are
onlyaccessible when C01.01 Motor Control Principle is set to V/F.

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C01.55[0]~C01.55[5] is respective to V0~V5, C01.56[0]~C01.56[5] is


respective to F0~F5,Vn is motor rated voltage,Fn is the motor rated
frequency.
The set of C01.56 must met F0=0 and F1≤F2≤F3≤F4≤F5.
Simplify V/F characteristicby merging 2 or more points (voltages and
frequencies), which respectively are set equal.
The slope (ratio of V/F) after point (F5, V5) must be equal to the slope
between point (F5, V5) and the previous point.

The default settings of V/F Characteristic are:


200V model:
[0] [1] [2] [3] [4] [5]
C01.55 0.0 7.0 230.0 230.0 230.0 230.0
C01.56 0.0 0.5 50.0 50.0 50.0 50.0

400V model:
[0] [1] [2] [3] [4] [5]
C01.55 0.0 12.0 400.0 400.0 400.0 400.0
C01.56 0.0 0.5 50.0 50.0 50.0 50.0

C01.6*Load Depen.Setting
Par. No. Name Range Unit Default

C01.62 Slip Compensation -400~399 % 100

When the motor is driving an electric-driven load, motor speed dropswith


the increase of load. When the motor is driving a power generating load,
motor speed will increase with the increase of load. Appropriate slip
compensation can maintain constant motor speed when the motor load is
changing.
If this parameter is set to 100%, it indicates that the compensation when

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the motor bears rated load is the rated motor slip.


Diagram of slip compensation is shown below:

Slip compensation on electric driven load

Slip compensation on power generating load

When having more than one motor on the same shaft there is a need for
some kind of load share between the drives controlling the motors. This
has typically been made with two drives running in speed open loop
mode and one with negative slip compensation.

Par. No. Name Range Unit Default

C01.63 Slip Compensation Time Constant 0.05~5.00 s 0.10

Enter the slip compensation reaction speed. A high value results in slow
reaction, and a low value results in quick reaction. If low-frequency
resonance problems arise, use a longer time setting.

Par. No. Name Range Unit Default


C01.67 Torque Compensation 0~200 % 0

Enter the % value to compensate voltage in relation to load when


the motor is running at low speed. 100% corresponds to completely

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compensate for the voltage drop caused by the stator resistance.


Diagram of torque compensation is shown below:

C01.7*Start Adjustments

Par. No. Name Range Unit Default

C01.71 Start Delay 0.0~10.0 s 0.0

This parameter enables a delay of the starting time. The drive begins
with the start function selected in C01.72. Enter the time delay required
before commencing acceleration.Setting start delay to 0.0 sec. disables
start functionwhen start command is given.

Par. No. Name Range Unit Default


0: DC Hold
C01.72 Start Function 2
2: Coast

Select the start function during start delay. This parameter is linked to
C01.71 Start Delay.
0: DC Hold, Energizes motor with a DC holding current (C02.00 DC
Hold Current) during the start delay time;
2: Coast, Motor coasted during the start delay time (drive off);

Par. No. Name Range Unit Default

C01.75 Min. Start Frequency 0.00~10.00 Hz 0.00

If the drive frequency reference is less than C01.75 Min. Start Frequency,
the drive will not run even the start command is given (the start command
will be shielded). Only the drive frequency reference is greater than or
equal C01.75, then the drive starts to run. The drive still accelerates from
0 to frequency reference using ramp time.

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Par. No. Name Range Unit Default


C01.76 Jump Frequency 0.0~20.0 Hz 0.0

If the drive frequency reference’s absolute value (not zero, frequency


reference maybe negative)is less than C01.76Jump Frequency, the drive
will run at jump frequency (maybe reversing if the reference is negative).
For example:
Set C01.76 = 3. if the frequency reference is 2, the drive will run forward
at 3Hz; If the frequency reference is -2, the drive will run reversing at
3Hz; If the frequency reference is 0, the drive will stop. If the frequency
reference is 20, the drive will run at 3Hz immediately, then accelerates
from 3Hz to 20Hz using ramp time.
Note: it is not recommended for using C01.75 and C01.76 together.

If C01.75 and C01.76 are used together, the following talbe is its
behaviour.

Freq. ref.
3Hz 8Hz 15Hz
Par. setting
Freq. ref >
Freq. ref > C01.75,
C01.75,
Freq. ref< the start command is
the start
C01.75 given,
command is
the start Freq. ref > C01.76
C01.75 = 5.00 given,
command the drive runs at 10Hz
C01.76 = 10.0 Freq. ref <
is shielded, immediately, then
C01.76
the drive accelerates f rom 10Hz
the drive
stop. to 15Hz using ramp
runs at
time.
10.0Hz
Freq. ref > C01.75,
Freq. ref< the start command is
Freq. ref<
C01.75 given,
C01.75
the start Freq. ref > C01.76
C01.75 = 10.00 the start
command the drive runs at 5Hz
C01.76 = 5.0 command is
is shielded, immediately, then
shielded, the
the drive accelerates f rom 5Hz
drive stop.
stop. to 15Hz using ramp
time.
Attention: When C01.76 Jump Frequency and C02.04 DC Brake Cut in Speed
are not zero, DC brake will only be active when C02.04 > C01.76.

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C01.8*Stop Adjustments

Par. No. Name Range Unit Default


0: Coast
C01.80 Function at Stop 0
1: DC Hold

Select the drive function after stop command is given or start command
is removed (standby), and output frequency is ramped down to C01.82
Min Speed for Function at Stop.
0: Coast, Leaves motor in free mode. the drive is off;
1: DC Hold, the motor is energized with a DC current. See C02.00 DC
Hold Current for more information;
Diagram of Function at Stop is shown below:

Par. No. Name Range Unit Default

C01.82 Min Speed for Function at Stop 0.0~400.0 Hz 0.0


Set the output frequency at which to activate C01.80 Function at Stop.

6.3 Group 02: Brakes


C02.0*DC-Brake

Par. No. Name Range Unit Default

C02.00 DC Hold Current 0~150 % 50

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Enter a value for holding current as a percentage of the rated motor


cu r rent set in C01.24 Motor Cu r rent. 100% DC holding cu r rent
corresponds to IM,N. This parameter either holds the motor (holding
torque) or pre-heats the motor. This parameter is active if DC Hold has
been selected in either C01.72 Start Function or C01.80 Function at Stop.
Attention: Avoid 100% current too long as it may overheat the motor.

Par. No. Name Range Unit Default


C02.01 DC Brake Current 0~150 % 50

Enter a value for current as a percentage of the rated motor current IM,N,
see C01.24 Motor Current. 100% DC braking current corresponds to
IM,N.
DC brake current is applied on a stop command, when the speed is lower
than the limit set in C02.04 DC Brake Cut In Speed; or via the serial
communication port. The braking current is active during the time period
set in C02.02 DC Braking Time.

Par. No. Name Range Unit Default


C02.02 DC Braking Time 0.0~60.0 s 10.0

This parameter defines DC brake current (C02.01) time during which


DC-brake current is applied to the motor.

Par. No. Name Range Unit Default


C02.04 DC Brake Cut in Speed 0.0~400.0 % 0.0

Set the DC brake cut-in speed for activation of the DC braking current set
in C02.01 DC Brake Current, upon a stop command.
C02.1*Brake Energy Funct.

Par. No. Name Range Unit Default


0: Off
C02.10 Brake Function 1: Resistor brake 0
2: AC brake

0: Off;
1: Resistor brake, use the resistor brake to consume surplus energy
resulting from motor braking, and prevent the drive to trip due to
over-voltage in the intermediate circuit;
2: AC brake, dissipate surplus energy in the motor core, and prevent
the energy back into drive causing trips. It is important to keep in
mind that frequent use of this function will cause an increase in
motor temperature;

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Attention: Resistor brake is only f unctional when the drive build-in braking
unit or external braking unit must be installed.

Par. No. Name Range Unit Default


C02.11 Brake Resistor 5~65535 Ω *

Set brake resistor value.This parameter is only active in drives with


an integral brake unit.

Par. No. Name Range Unit Default


0: Disabled
C02.17 Over-voltage Control 2: Mode 1 0
3: Mode 2

Over-voltage control (OVC) reduces the risk of the drive tripping due
toan over voltage on the DC link caused by generative power from the
load.
0: Disabled;
2: Mode 1, used to consume surplus energy by increasing the output
frequency;
3: Mode 2, used for very short deceleration;
Attention: If C02.10 = 1 (Resistor brake), C02.17 = 2 or 3, resistor brake f unction
starts first, if the DC link voltage still can not be controlled, OVC starts.

6.4 Group 03: Reference/Ramps


C03.0*Reference Limits
Refe r e n c e i s t h e d r ive c o nt r ol t a r ge t . Refe r e n c e v a l u e i s a
dimensionless number, reference unit depends on configuration mode
(C01.00). When select [0] speed open loop in configuration mode, motor
frequency is the drive control target, the reference unit is Hz; When
select [3] process closed loop in configuration mode, process variable (such
as temperature, pressure) is the drive control target, the reference unit
may be °C or kg, etc.

Par. No. Name Range Unit Default


C03.03 Maximum Reference 0.000~4999.000 50.000

Enter value for Maximum Reference. The Maximum Reference is the


highest value obtainable by summing all references.
Par. No. Name Range Unit Default
0: Preset reference +
Main Reference
C03.07 Reference source1, 2, 3 0
Calculation
1: Preset reference priority

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Select main reference calculation method.


0: Preset reference + reference source1, 2
1: Preset reference priority
For option [1],
Preset reference[1-N] when use preset reference 1-N
Main reference =
Preset reference [0] + Reference source1, 2when use preset
reference 0

C03.1*References
Diagram of Reference Calculation is shown below:

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Par. No. Name Range Unit Default


C03.10 Preset Reference -100.00~100.00 % 0.00

This parameter is an array-16 to be used for presetting different


references.16 preset references are selectable via digital terminals or local
bus. See C05.1*.0% equals 0, 100% equals value set in C03.03.

Par. No. Name Range Unit Default


C03.11 Jog Speed 0.0~400.0 Hz 0.0
The jog speed is a fixed output speed at which the drive is running
when the jog function is activated.
The drive with the highest priority will operate at jog speed when a
variety of run command activates. Removing the jog signal makes the
drive run according to the selectedconfiguration, thisparameter is set
limited by C04.14.
Par. No. Name Range Unit Default
C03.12 Catch up/Slow down Value 0.00~100.00 % 0.00
This parameter enables the entry of a percentage value (relative)
which will to be either added to or deducted from the total reference.
The Catch up/Slow down function is activated by a digital input
terminal (See C05.1*,choose [28]/[29]). If this function is active, the
catch up/slow down value will be added to the total reference constituting
new setting at which the drive is going to run, calculated as follows:
Reference= total reference ± total reference × (Catch up/Slowdown
value)
If this function is inactive, the reference returns to its original value.
Par. No. Name Range Unit Default
C03.13 Speed Up/Down Value 0.01~50.00 Hz 0.10
Enter the Speed Up/Down value.
Par. No. Name Range Unit Default
C03.15 Reference Source1 0: No function 1
1: Terminal VI
11: Local bus
C03.16 Reference Source2 21: LCP 0
potentiometer
Select the reference input to be used for the first, second and third
reference source.
0: No function;

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1: Terminal VI, useanalog input VI as reference source, see C06.1*;


11: Local bus, use local bus reference as reference source, see C08.**;
21: LCP potentiometer, use LCP potentiometer as reference source,
see C06.8*;
Par. No. Name Range Unit Default
0: No function
Relative 1: Terminal VI
C03.18 Reference 11: Local bus 0
Source 21: LCP
potentiometer
Relative Reference is similar to Preset Relative Reference (see
C03.14). It adds a variable value to total reference. Its calculation refers to
Reference Calculation Diagram.
0: No function;
1: Terminal VI, use analog input VI as relative reference source, see
C06.1*;
11: Local bus, use local bus reference as relative reference source, see
C08.**;
21: LCP potentiometer, use LCP potentiometer as relative reference
source, see C06.8*;
Par. No. Name Range Unit Default
0: No function
Speed Up/Down
C03.19 1: Stop save 0
Value Store
2: Power down save
This parameter is used for setting whether to save the data changed in
the Speed Up/Down function if the drive stops or after it power down.

C03.4*Ramp1
There are 4 ramps built in the drive. For each of four ramps (C03.4*,
C03.5*, C03.6* and C03.7*), configure the ramp parameters: ramp type,
ramp up time and ramp down time.

Par. No. Name Range Unit Default


C03.41 Ramp 1 Ramp Up Time 0.05~300.00 s *
C03.42 Ramp 1 Ramp Down Time 0.05~300.00 s *
C03.51 Ramp 2 Ramp Up Time 0.05~300.00 s *
C03.52 Ramp 2 Ramp Down Time 0.05~300.00 s *
C03.61 Ramp 3 Ramp Up Time 0.05~300.00 s *
C03.62 Ramp 3 Ramp Down Time 0.05~300.00 s *

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C03.71 Ramp 4 Ramp Up Time 0.05~300.00 s *


C03.72 Ramp 4 Ramp Down Time 0.05~300.00 s *

Ramp UpTime is the time motor accelerates from 0Hz to rated motor
frequency (C01.25).
Ramp Down Time is the time motor decelerates from rated motor
frequency (C01.25) to 0Hz.

Ramp Up Time and Ramp Down Time are shown below:

C03.8*Other Ramps

Par. No. Name Range Unit Default


C03.80 Jog Ramp Time 0.05~3600.00 s *
Enter the jog ramp time, i.e. the acceleration/deceleration time
between 0Hz and the rated motor frequency (C01.25).
Jog ramp time starts upon activation of a jog signal via a selected
digital input or serial communication port.

Par. No. Name Range Unit Default


C03.85 Ramp 5 Ramp Up Time 0.05~300.00 s *
C03.86 Ramp 5 Ramp Down Time 0.05~300.00 s *
C03.88 Ramp 6 Ramp Up Time 0.05~300.00 s *
C03.89 Ramp 6 Ramp Down Time 0.05~300.00 s *
C03.91 Ramp 7 Ramp Up Time 0.05~300.00 s *
C03.92 Ramp 7 Ramp Down Time 0.05~300.00 s *
C03.94 Ramp 8 Ramp Up Time 0.05~300.00 s *
C03.95 Ramp 8 Ramp Down Time 0.05~300.00 s *

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Par. No. Name Range Unit Default


Link preset reference and 0: No link
C03.96
ramp time 1: Link
If choose [1] link preset reference and ramp time, preset reference 0-7
are corresponding to ramp time 1-8. For example, choose preset reference
2 by using terminals control, the ramp time is 3.

6.4 Group 04: Limits/Warnings


C04.1*Motor Limits

Par. No. Name Range Unit Default


0: Clockwise
Motor Speed 1: Counter
*C04.10 2
Direction clockwise
2: Both directions

Select the motor speed direction(s) required. Use this parameter to


prevent unwanted reversing.
0: Clockwise, the motor shaft rotates in clockwise direction, this
setting prevents the motor from running in counter clockwise
direction;
1: Counter clockwise, motor shaft rotates in counter clockwise
direction, this setting prevents the motor from running in clockwise
direction;
2: Both directions,with this setting, the motor can r un in both
directions;

Par. No. Name Range Unit Default


Motor Speed Low
*C04.12 0.0~C04.14 Hz 0.0
Limit

Set the minimum limit for Motor Speed, the motor speed low limit
can be set to correspond to the minimum output frequency of the motor
shaft.The Motor Speed Low
Limit must not exceed the settingin C04.14 Motor Speed High Limit

Par. No. Name Range Unit Default


*C04.14 Motor Speed High Limit C04.12~C04.19 Hz 65.0

Set the maximum limit for Motor Speed, the motor speed high limit
can be set to correspond to the maximum manufacture’s rated motor

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speed.The motor speed high limit must exceed the Motor Speed Low
Limit in C04.12.

Par. No. Name Range Unit Default


C04.18 Current Limit 0~300 % 150

This parameter is used to set drive output current limit, 100% equals
motor current set in C01.24. If the output current exceeds the C04.18
motor current limit, the drive will report A.59 warning and current limit
controllers (see C14.3*) start.

Par. No. Name Range Unit Default


*C04.19 Max Output Frequency 0.0~400.0 Hz 65

Provides a final limit on the output frequency for improved safety


in applications where you want to avoid accidental over-speeding. This
limit isfinal in all configurations (independent of the setting in C01.00
Configuration Mode).

Par. No. Name Range Unit Default


Counting Value of
C04.40 0~0x7FFFFFFFUL 0
Counter A
Counting Value of
C04.41 0~0x7FFFFFFFUL 0
Counter B

These parameters are used to set Counter A/B counting value. When
Counter A/B reaches the set value, if the parameter C05.40 relay output
function sets to [38]/[39] Counter A/B reach, the relay acts.

C04.5*Adjustable Warnings

Par. No. Name Range Unit Default


C04.52 Warning Frequency Low 0.0~400.0 Hz 0.0
C04.53 Warning FrequencyHigh 0.1~400.0 Hz 65.0

Enter the flow /f high value. When the motor frequency falls below
flow or exceeds fhigh, a signal can be produced on relay. See [15] Out of
frequency range, [16] Below frequency low and [17] Above frequency
high in C05.40.
Diagram of Warning FrequencyLow and Warning FrequencyHigh are
shown below:

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Par. No. Name Range Unit Default


Missing Motor Phase 0: Disable
*C04.58 1
Function 1: Enable

Displays an alarm in the event of a missing motor phase (alarm 30,31


or 32). Select disabled for no missing motor phase alarm. It isstrongly
recommended to make an active setting to avoid motordamage.

C04.6*Speed Bypass

Par. No. Name Range Unit Default


C04.61 Bypass Speed From 0.0~400.0 Hz 0.0
C04.63 Bypass Speed to 0.0~400.0 Hz 0.0
Some systems call for avoiding certain output frequencies, due to
resonance problems in the system. A maximum of three frequency ranges
can be avoided.The drive will pass quickly when it approaching to the
Bypass Speed area.
These parametersare dyadic array, [0] is used to set the bypass speed
range 1, [1] is used to set the bypass speed range 2, and [2] is used to set
the bypass speed range 3.
Diagram of bypass speed ranges are shown below:

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6.6 Group 05: Digital In/Out


C05.1*Digital Input

Par. No. Name Range Unit Default


C05.04 DI Filter Time 2~16 ms 4
It is used to set the software filter time of DI terminal status. If DI
terminals are liable to interference and may cause malfunction, increase
the value of this parameter to enhance the anti-interference capability.
However, increase of DI filter time will reduce the response of DI
terminals.
Par. No. Name Range Unit Default
0: Off
2: Stop and warning
Function at
C05.09 3: Jogging and warning 0
External Alarm
4: Max. speedand warning
5: Stop and trip
The function activates when the digital input terminal function [43]
external alarm inputis active.
0: Off, resumes control via serial bus using the most recent control
word;
2: Stop and warning, drive stops and reports “A.102”;
3: Joggingand warning, overruled to jog speed and reports “A.102”;
4: Max. speed, overruled to max.speed and reports “A.102”;
5: Stop and trip, overruled to stop with subsequent trip (“E.102”).
Par. No. Name Range Unit Default
C05.10 Terminal FOR 8
C05.11 Terminal REV 10
C05.12 Terminal DI1 0~65 15
C05.13 Terminal DI2 16
C05.14 Terminal DI3 17

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The digital inputs are used for selecting various functions inthe drive.
All digital inputs can be set to thefollowing functions:
0: No operation, no reaction to signals transmitted to the terminal;
1: Reset, reset the drive after a Trip/Alarm;
2: Coast inverse, no output, leaving the motor coasting to stop.
Terminal logic ‘0’ => coasting stop;
6: Stop inverse, the drive is stopped according to selected ramp time.
Terminal logic ‘0’ => stop;
8: Start, select start for a start/stop command. Terminal logic ‘1’ =
start, logic ‘0’ = stop;
9: Latched start, The motor starts, if a pulse is applied for min. 4ms.
The motor stops when [6]Stop inverse/[46]Stop is activated;
10: Reversing, change direction of motor shaft rotation, reversing
signal only changes direction of rotation, it does not activate start
function, C04.10 must choose [2] Both directions;
11: Start reversing, used for start/stop and for reversing at the same
time;
14: Jog, used for activating jog speed, see C03.11;
15: P re set ref. bit 0, P re set ref.bit 0, bit1, bit 2 , bit 3 e n able s a
choicebetween one of the sixteen preset references (see C03.10)
according to the table below;
16: Preset ref. bit1, same as [15];
17: Preset ref. bit2, same as [15];
Terminal of Preset Terminal of Preset
Preset ref. bit0 Parameter
ref. bit2 ref. bit1
OFF OFF OFF C03.10[0]
OFF OFF ON C03.10[1]
OFF ON OFF C03.10[2]
OFF ON ON C03.10[3]
ON OFF OFF C03.10[4]
ON OFF ON C03.10[5]
ON ON OFF C03.10[6]
ON ON ON C03.10[7]
21: Speed up, when Speed up is activated for less than 400 ms. the
resulting reference will be increased by C03.13 Speed Up/Down
Value. If Speed up is activated for more than 400 ms, the resulting
reference will ramp according to ramp 4;
22: Speed down, similar to [21] Speed up;
28: Catch up, select catch up to increase the resulting reference value
by the percentage set in C03.12Catch up/slow Down Value;

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29: Slow down, similar to [28]Catch up;


34: Ramp bit0, ramp bit0, bit1, bit2 are used for select one of the eight
ramps;
35: Ramp bit1, same as [34];
35: Ramp bit2, same as [34];
Terminal of Terminal of Terminal of
Parameters
Ramp bit1 Ramp bit1 Ramp bit0
OFF OFF OFF Ramp1 (C03.41, C03.42)
OFF OFF ON Ramp2 (C03.51, C03.52)
OFF ON OFF Ramp3 (C03.61, C03.62)
OFF ON ON Ramp4 (C03.71, C03.72)
ON OFF OFF Ramp5 (C03.85, C03.86)
ON OFF ON Ramp6 (C03.88, C03.89)
ON ON OFF Ramp7 (C03.91, C03.92)
ON ON ON Ramp7 (C03.94, C03.95)

37: Latched Reversing, motor starts counter-clockwiseif a pulseis


applied for min. 4ms.The motor stops when [6]Stop inverse/[46]
Stop is activated;
38: JogReversing, similar to [14] jog, but reversing.
42: Coast, similar to [2] coast reverse, but logic contrary: Terminal
logic ‘1’ => coasting stop;
43: External alarm input, When terminal is in ON state, the drive will
run as C05.09 specified.
46: Stop, similar to[6] stop reverse, but logic contrary: Terminal logic
‘1’ => stop;
60: Counter A, to count the pulse number inputted into the terminal;
62: Reset counter A, to clear counter A to “0”;
63: Counter B, to count the pulse number inputted into the terminal;
65: Reset counter B, to clear counter B to “0”;

C05.4*Relay

Par. No. Name Range Unit Default


C05.40 Relay Function 0~55 5

0: No operation;
5: Drive running, the drive is running;
8: Run on reference/No warning, the drive runs at reference speed
without warnings;
9: Alarm, the drive alarms;

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10: Alarm or warning, an alarm or warning occurs;


15: Out of frequency range, output frequency is outside the range set
in C04.52 and C04.53;
16: Below frequency low, output frequency is lower than set in C04.52;
17: Above frequency high, output frequency is higher than set in
C04.53;
21: Thermal warning, a thermal warning occurs;
24: Ready, voltage OK, the drive is ready for operation, no over-
voltage or under-voltage is present;
25: Reverse signal, the drive has reverse signal;
26: Bus OK, local bus communication is normal;
38: Counter A reach, counter A reaches the C04.40 setting value;
39: Counter B reach, counter B reaches the C04.41 setting value;
43: External alarm, the digital input terminal function [43] external
alarm inputis active;
51: Drive in HANDstate;
52: Drive in AUTOstate;
53: No alarm;
55: Reverse, the drive runs in counter clockwise;

6.7 Group 06: Analog In/Out


C06.1*Analoge Input VI
Parameters for configuring the scaling and limits for analoginput VI.
Par.
Name Range Unit Default
No.
C06.10 Terminal VI Low Voltage 0.00~C06.11 V 0.07
C06.11 Terminal VIHigh Voltage C06.10~10.00 V 10.00
C06.12 Terminal VILow Current 0.00~C06.13 mA 0.14
C06.13 Terminal VIHigh Current C06.12~20.00 mA 20.00
Terminal VILow Ref./
C06.14 -4999.000~4999.000 0.000
Feedb. Value
Terminal VIHighRef./
C06.15 -4999.000~4999.000 50.000
Feedb. Value
C06.10is used to set low voltage input;C06.12is used to set low
current input; The low voltage and current analog input scaling value
corresponds to the lowref./feedb. value, set in C06.14.
C06.11is used to set high voltage input;C06.12is used to set high
current input; The high voltage and current analog input scaling value
corresponds to the high ref./feedb. value, set in C06.15.

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There are 4 kind of curves between terminal VI input voltage/current


and its scale value:

C06.14 < C06.15 and C06.14 >= 0

C06.14 < C06.15 and C06.14 < 0

C06.14 > C06.15 and C06.15 >= 0

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C06.14 > C06.15 and C06.15 < 0

Terminal VI reference/feedback value calculated as follows:


If C06.10 <= VI Input<= C06.11,
VI Ref./Feedb.Value = (C06.15 - C06.14) ÷ (C06.11 - C06.10) × (VI input
- C06.10) + C06.14;
If VI Input< C06.10,
VI Ref./Feedb.Value = C06.14;
If VIInput> C06.11,
VI Ref./Feedb.Value = C06.15;
Note: Above formulasare for voltage input.If it is a current input, C06.10
and C06.11 use C06.12 and C06.13 instead respectively.

Par. No. Name Range Unit Default

C06.16 Terminal VI Filter Time 0.01~10.00 s 0.01

Enter the terminal VI filter time. This is a first-order digital low pass
filter for suppressing electrical noise in terminal VI.A high time constant
value improves dampening but also increases the time delay through the
filter.

Par. No. Name Range Unit Default


Terminal VI Zero Dead
C06.18 0.0~20.00 V/mA 0.00
Band

Set the dead-band of VI at 0 speed. When analog input VI ref. low and
ref. high have opposite signs, there must be a set point that corresponding
to an analogue value equals 0. In order to prevent the set point jitter
at zero point due to analog interference, this parameter should be set
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Point A as shown in the figure is the analog value that corresponds to


a setpoint that equals 0. It is calculated via analog low, high values and
low, high reference/feedback values. After setterminal VI zero dead
band, UAB=UAC=C06.18/2. If the VI input is between B and C, the VI
reference/feedback is 0.

Par. No. Name Range Unit Default


0: Voltage mode
C06.19 Terminal VI Mode 0
1: Current mode

Select the inputto be present on analog input VI.

C06.8*LCP Potentiometer
The LCPPotentiometercan be select either as reference resource or
relative reference source.

Par. No. Name Range Unit Default


C06.81 LCP Pot.Min. Ref. -4999.000~4999.000 0.000
C06.82 LCP Pot.Max. Ref. -4999.000~4999.000 50.000

These parameters are used to set the minimum/maximum reference


ofLCPPotentiometer. The reference of LCP potentiometer's per division
depends on the set of the C00.47 LCP potentiometer step.

6.8 Group 07: Controllers


C07.2*Process PID Feedback

Par. No. Name Range Unit Default


0: No function
C07.20 Process PID Feedback Source 1: Terminal VI 0
11: Local bus

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Select source of feedback signal.

C07.3*Process PID Control


This parameter is active in closed loop process control mode (See
C01.00Configuration Mode).

Par. No. Name Range Unit Default


0: Disable
C07.31 Process PID Anti Windup 0
1: Enable
This function ensures the output frequency reaches to frequency
limit. PID-controller will be initialized to the current frequency when
the output frequency can not be changed. This can prevent the integrator
continue to integrate on an error when the PID-controller can’t adjust
output frequency.
0: Disable, continue regulation of a given error even when the output
frequency can’t be increased/decreased;
1: Enable, ceases regulation of a given error when the output frequency
can’t be increased/decreased;

Par. No. Name Range Unit Default


C07.33 Process PID Proportional Gain 0.00~10.00 0.01
Enter the PID proportional gain. The proportional gain multiplies the
errorbetween the set point and the feedback signal.
Attention: This function is disabled when it is set to “0”.
Par. No. Name Range Unit Default
C07.34 Process PID Integral Time 0.10~9999.00 s 9999.00
Enter the PID integral time. The integrator provides an increasing
gainat a constant error between the set point and the feedback signal.
Theintegral time is the time needed by the integrator to reach the same
gainas the proportional gain.

Par. No. Name Range Unit Default


C07.38 Process PID Feed Forward Factor 0~400 % 0
Enter the PID feed for ward (FF) factor. The FF factor sends a
constant fraction of the reference signal to bypass the PID control, so the
PID control only affects the remaining fraction of the control signal. Any
change to this parameter will thus affect the motor speed. When the FF
factor is activated it provides less overshoot, and high dynamics when
changing the set point.

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Par. No. Name Range Unit Default


C07.39 On Reference Bandwidth 0.0~200.0 % 0.1

Enter the On Reference Bandwidth. When the PID Control Error (the
difference between the reference and the feedback) is less than the set
value of this parameter, the PID control stops.

Par. No. Name Range Unit Default


C07.41 Process PID Output Low -100~100 % 0
C07.42 Process PID Output High -100~100 % 100

These parameters are used to set process PID controller output low/
high limit, 100% corresponds to C04.19.

6.9 Group 08: Communication


C08.0*Comm. General Settings

Par. No. Name Range Unit Default


Control Word 0: Disable
C08.02 1
Selection 1: Enable

This parameter is used to select whether the control word is active or


not.

Par. No. Name Range Unit Default


C08.03 Control Word Timeout Time 0.1~6500.0 s 1.0
Enter the maximum time expected to pass between the reception
of two consecutivetelegrams. If this time is exceeded, it indicates that
the serial communicationhas stopped. The function selected in C08.04
Control Word Timeout Function willthen be carried out. The time-out
counter is triggered by a valid control word.
Par. No. Name Range Unit Default
0: Off
2: Stop
Control Word
C08.04 3: Jogging 0
Timeout Function
4: Max. speed
5: Stop and trip
Select the time-out function. The time-out function activates when
the control word fails to be updated within the time period specified in
C08.03 Control Word Timeout Time.

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0: Off, resumes control via serial bus using the most recent control
word;
2: Stop, overruled to stop;
3: Jogging, overruled to jog speed;
4: Max. speed, overruled to max.speed;
5: Stop and trip, overruled to stop with subsequent trip (“E.17”).
Par. No. Name Range Unit Default
Reset Control Word 0: Do not reset
C08.06 0
Timeout 1: Do reset
Resetting control word timeout will remove any timeout function.
After control word timeout occurs, a control word interrupt flag will be
within the drive. It must be use the parameter to clear the flag (Do reset),
else even to restore communication or clear "E.17" alarm, the drive will
continue to report control word timeout.
0: Do not reset, control word timeout is not reset;
1: Do reset, control word timeout is reset;
Par. No. Name Range Unit Default
Communication Alarm 0: Bit mode
C08.29 0
Mode 1: Code mode
Register 51101 is used to store the drive fault information, it has two
warning/alarm modes:
0: Bit mode
Each register bit represents a different warning and failure.
1: Code mode
Warning/alarm code is stored in the register. For example: When the
drive occurs E.13 alarm, the value of register 51101 is 13.
C08.3*Port Setting

Par. No. Name Range Unit Default


C08.31 Address 0~247 1
Select the address for the bus. FC-bus range is 1-126, and Modbus
range is 1-247.
Par. No. Name Range Unit Default
0: 2400
1: 4800
bit/s
C08.32 Baud Rate 2: 9600 2
3: 19200
4: 38400

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Select baud rate for communication.


Par. No. Name Range Unit Default
0: Even parity (1 stop bit)
1: Odd parity (1 stop bit)
C08.33 Parity/Stop Bits 2
2: No parity (1 stop bit)
3: No parity (2 stop bit)
This parameter only effective for Modbus and FC bus always has even
parity.
Par. No. Name Range Unit Default
C08.35 Min. Response Delay 0.001~0.500 s 0.002
Specify the minimum delay time between receiving a request and
transmitting a response. This is used for overcoming modem turnaround
delays.
Par. No. Name Range Unit Default
C08.36 Max. Response Delay 0.010~10.000 s 5.000
Specify the maximum permissible delay time between transmitting
a request and receiving a response. If exceeds this delay time, the drive
will not respond to received data.
Par. No. Name Range Unit Default
0: Normal
Message 1: Only response exception
C08.38 0
Response message
2: Not response
This parameter is used to control Modbus message response.
Attention: the drive will response the READ instruction no matter
what C08.38 set.
Par. No. Name Range Unit Default
0: Not saved at power
Modbus Parameter
C08.39 down 0
Write Store
1: Saved at power down
This parameter is used to control whether the parameters which is
changed by Modbus WRITE instruction are saved or not at power down.

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6.10 Group 14: Special Functions


Par. No. Name Range Unit Default
2~6: 2~6kHz
7: 8kHz
C14.01 Switching Frequency 8: 10kHz kHz *
9: 12kHz
10: 16kHz
Switching frequency has asignificant influence to the drive and the
motor. Select appropriate switch frequency can help to adjust acoustic
noise from the motor、power consumption and the drive efficiency. When
switching frequency increases, the consumption and the noise of the
motor are reduced, but the drive’s temperature will increase, and motor
leakage and the interference to the external device will increase; the
contrary, the opposite.
Par. No. Name Range Unit Default
0: Off
*C14.03 Overmodulation 1
1: On
The overmodulation function can obtain an output voltage greater
than mains voltage.
0: Off, disable the overmodulation function to avoid torque ripple on
the motor shaft. This feature may be useful for applications such as
grinding machines.;
1: On, connects the overmodulation function to obtain an output
voltage up to 5% greater than mains voltage. Overmodulation leads
to increased torque ripple as harmonics are increased;
Par. No. Name Range Unit Default
C14.08 Damping Gain Factor 0~200 % 96
Damping gain factor can help to improve the response speed of the
DC link of the drive making the DC loop signal more smooth.

C14.1*Mains On/Off

Par. No. Name Range Unit Default


0: Trip
Function at Mains
C14.12 1: Warning 0
Imbanlance
2: Disabled
Select actions when a mains imbalance is detected. The dection of
mains imbalance depends on load. In order to meet different applications,

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different sensitivity options are set for this parameter.


0: Trip, the drive trips (reports "E.04") when a mains imbalance is
detected;
1: Warning, the drive issues a warning (reports "A.04") but continues
to run when a mains imbalance is detected;
2: Disabled, the drive does nothing when a mains imbalance is
detected. Be attention to use this option;
The dection method for option [4] and [5] is middle sensitive.The
drive trips (option [5]) or issues a warning (option [4]) at low frequency
and heavy loaded, or high frequency and low load.
The dection method for option [6] is high sensitive.Mains imbalance
can be detected immediately. But there is minimum risk of false positives
(generally occurs in an abnormal grid or the drive over-current protection
frequently).
Par. No. Name Range Unit Default
Automatic Voltage 0: Disable
C14.17 1
Regulation 1: Enable
When motor voltage 12%~20% higher than rated, motor temperature
will increase, insulation capability destroyed, the torque output is
unstable, long-term operation will cause the motor shorten its life.
Automatic voltage regulation can automatically control the output
voltage at the motor's rated voltage when the grid voltage exceed the
rated motor voltage.
Turn off automatic voltage regulation will improve the ability of rapid
deceleration, but turn off this option need to be cautious, it will cause the
output voltage different due to different grid voltage, there is an increased
risk of heat damage to the motor.
This feature can only be turned off when in VF mode.
Par. No. Name Range Unit Default
Delay Time of Auto
C14.18 RestartWhen Power up 0.0~3600.0 s 0.0
Again
This parameter is used to define the drive action when power up again
after power loss during running.
If it is set to 3600.0, the drive does not respond to the start command
valid upon drive power-on (for example, start terminal is ON before
power-on). The drive responds only after the start command is cancelled
and becomes valid again.
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delaying the C14.18 setting time upon drive power-on (for example, start
terminal is ON before power-on).

C14.2*Trip Reset

Par. No. Name Range Unit Default


0: Manual reset
1~10: Auto reset 1-10 times
C14.20 Reset Mode 11: Auto reset 15 times 0
12: Auto reset 12 times
13: Infinite auto reset
Select reset function after tripping.
0: Manual reset, perform reset via “OFF”button or digital inputs;
1~10: Auto reset 1-10times, can perform 1-10 automatic resets after
trips;
11: Auto reset 15 times, can perform 15 automatic resets after trips;
12: Auto reset 20 times, can perform 20 automatic resets after trips;
13: Infinite auto reset, can perform an infinite number of automatic
resets after trips;
Once option [1] - [13] is selected, the drive will be restarted after an
alarm. If reset has been done and the running signal is active, the drive
will restart automatically. For option [1] – [12], if the drive performs a
set number of automatic reset, fault still cannot be removed, the drive
will remaina tripstate. It needs power off and on to reset the trip after
shootingfault.
Be attention to select option [13], it may cause infinite auto reset.
Par. No. Name Range Unit Default
C14.21 Automatic Restart Time 0~600 s 10
Enter time interval from trip to start of automatic reset function
after an alarm.This parameter is active when C14.20Reset Mode is set to
automatic reset [1]-[13].
Par. No. Name Range Unit Default
0: Normal operation
2: Initialization
C14.22 Operation Mode 0
3: Backup user settings
4: Recover user settings
0: Normal operation;
2: Initialization, initialise all the parameters except information about
the drive itself and the recorded parameters.

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3: Backup user settings;


4: Recover user settings;
For option [3] to [4], after modifying the drive parameters based on
the functional requirements, OEM manufacturers can set C14.22 = 3 to
backup settings. If the end users modify parameters and cannot be self-
recovery, it can be recovered by setting C14.22 = 4 or pressing "OFF" key
on LCP 5 seconds (the default time, can be modified by C00.46 One Key
Recovery Time).
Par. No. Name Range Unit Default
0: Disable
C14.23 Trip lock 0
1: Enable
0: Disable, trip lock fault reset do not need power off;
1: Enable, trip lock fault reset need power off;

C14.3* Current Limit Control


The drive contains two current limit controllers. The two controllers
will be enabled when the current is over C04.18 current limit.Current
controller1 controls current by reducing the output frequency, and current
controller2 controls current by reducing the output voltage. Typically
only recommended to use current controller1, if it is still unable to control
the current in some occasions (such as fast acceleration and deceleration),
you can use the current controller2.
Par. No. Name Range Unit Default
Current Controller 1
C14.30 0~500 % 100
Proportional Gain
Current Controller 1Integration
C14.31 0.000~2.000 s 0.020
Time
C14.32 Current Controller Filter Time 0~100 ms 1
Current Controller 2
C14.33 0~300 % 0
Proportional Gain
Current Controller 2Integration
C14.34 0.001~2.000 s 0.020
Time
It can adjust the dynamic response characteristics of the current
controllers by setting the proportional gain and integration time.
Choose a higher value of proportional gain and lowerintegration
time causes the controller response more quickly, but too highvalue of
proportional gain and tow low value of integration time will cause the
controller unstable.

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C14.4*Energy Optimising

Par. No. Name Range Unit Default


*C14.40 VT Level 40~90 % 90
Enter the le vel of motor magnetisation at low speed. Selection of
a low value reduces energy loss in the motor, but also reduces load
capability.
Par. No. Name Range Unit Default
*C14.41 AEO Min. Magnetisation 40~75 % 66
Enter the minimum allowable magnetisation for AEO. Selection of a
low value reduces energy loss in the motor, but can also reduce resistance
to sudden load changes.
Par. No. Name Range Unit Default
DC Link 0: Off
*C14.51 0
Compensation 1: On
This function ensures the output voltage is independent of any voltage
f luctuations in the DC link. Low torque ripple. In some cases, this
dynamic compensation may cause resonance problems in DC link circuit
and then this function should be disabled.

6.11 Group 15: Drive Information


C15.0*Operating Data

Par. No. Name Range Unit Default


C15.00 Operating Days 0~9999 d
Vie w how m a ny d ay s t he d r ive h a s r u n . T he va lu e i s s ave d
automatically at power off and can’t be reset.
Par. No. Name Range Unit Default
C15.02 kWh Counter 0~65535 kWh
View the power consumption of the motor as a mean value over one
hour. Reset the counter in C15.06 Reset kWh Counter.
Par. No. Name Range Unit Default
C15.03 Power Up’s 0~2147483647
View the number of times the drive has been powered up. This
parameter can’t be reset.

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Par. No. Name Range Unit Default


0: Do not reset
C15.06 Reset kWh Counter 0
1: Do reset
0: Do not reset;
1: Do reset, kWh counter is reset to zero (see C15.02 kWh Counter);
Attention: This parameter can’t be set via local bus.
Par. No. Name Range Unit Default
Reset Running Hours 0: Do not reset
C15.07 0
Counter 1: Do reset
0: Do not reset;
1: Do reset, running hours counter is reset to zero (see C15.01Running
Hours);
Attention: This parameter can’t be set via local bus.

C15.3*Fault Log

Par. No. Name Range Unit Default


C15.30 Alarm Code 0~255
View the alarm code and look up its meaning in chapter 8. This
parameter is an array [10] parameters. It contains a alarm log showing
reasons for the ten latest trips. C15.30[0] represents the latest, C15.30[9]
is a recent 10th, this parameter cannot be reset.
Par. No. Name Range Unit Default
C15.31 Internal Fault Reason -32767~32767
This parameter contains inter nal fault reasons, mostly used in
combination with alarm E.38.
Par. No. Name Range Unit Default
C15.38 Warning Code 0~255
View the warning code and look up its meaning in chapter 8. This
parameter is an array [10] parameters. It contains a warning log showing
reasons for the ten latest warnings. C15.38[0] represents the latest,
C15.38[9] is a recent 10th, this parameter cannot be reset.

C15.4*Drive Identification

Par. No. Name Range Unit Default


C15.43 Software Version

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View the software version of the drive.

6.12 Group 16: Data Readouts


This parameter group is read-only.

C16.0*General Status

Par. No. Name Range Unit Default


C16.00 Control Word 0~65535
View latest valid control word that sent to the drive via local bus.
Turn it into 16-bit binary code. For the meaning of each bits, please
refer to register 2809 and coils 0~15 description in appendix A Modbus
Communication Specification.
Par. No. Name Range Unit Default
C16.01 Reference -4999.000~4999.000
View the actual reference.
Par. No. Name Range Unit Default
C16.05 Motor Speed 0~9999 rpm
View motor speed.
Par. No. Name Range Unit Default
C16.09 Custom Readout 0.00~9999.00
View the value of user-defined readoutcorrected from C00.31, C00.32
and C04.14.

C16.1*Motor Status

Par. No. Name Range Unit Default


C16.10 Output Power 0.000~1000.000 kW
View output power in kW.
Par. No. Name Range Unit Default
C16.12 Motor Voltage 0~65535 V
View motor phase voltage.
Par. No. Name Range Unit Default
C16.13 Output Frequency 0.0~400.0 Hz

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View output frequency.


Par. No. Name Range Unit Default
C16.14 Output Current 0.00~655.35 A
View motor phase current.

C16.3*Drive Status

Par. No. Name Range Unit Default


C16.30 DC Link Voltage 0~65535 V
View DC-link voltage.
Par. No. Name Range Unit Default
C16.34 IGBT Temperature 0~65535 ℃
View the temperature of drive’s IGBT Temperature.

C16.5*Ref./Feedb.

Par. No. Name Range Unit Default


C16.52 Feedback -4999.000~4999.000
View the feedback value.

C16.6*, C16.7*Inputs and Outputs

Par. No. Name Range Unit Default


C16.60 Digital Input 0~65535
View signal states from active digital inputs, which indicates in a 16-
bit binary code. If the drive detects digital input terminals connected, the
corresponding position is set to “1”, otherwise “0”. Digital input terminal
and the corresponding relationship between the binary code are as below:
Term. Term. Term.
Binary Binary Binary Binary Term. No.
No. No. No.
bit0 FOR bit4 DI3 bit8 Reserved bit12 Reserved
bit1 REV bit5 Reserved bit9 Reserved bit13 Reserved
bit2 DI1 bit6 Reserved bit10 Reserved bit14 Reserved
bit3 DI2 bit7 Reserved bit11 Reserved bit15 Reserved

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Par. No. Name Range Unit Default


C16.62 Analog Input VI 0.00~20.00 V/mA
View actual input voltage or current value on analog input VI.
Par. No. Name Range Unit Default
C16.71 Relay Output 0~65535
View the output status of the relay, the corresponding bit is set to
“1”whenthe relay output is active, otherwise it will be set to “0”.
Binary bit0
Item. No. Relay 1

Par. No. Name Range Unit Default


C16.72 Counter A 0~2147483647
View present value of counter A.
Par. No. Name Range Unit Default
C16.73 Counter B 0~2147483647
View present value of counter B.

C16.8*Field bus/FC Port

Par. No. Name Range Unit Default


C16.86 Communication Reference -32768~32767
View the last received reference from communication.

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Chapter 7 Quick Application Guide

7.1 Using LCP to Start/Stopthe Drive


1. Press “HAND” key on LCP to start the drive;
2. Turn the potentiometer to change output frequency;
3. Press“OFF”key on LCP to stop the drive;

7.2 Using Digital InputTerminals to Start/Stopthe Drive


Usually there are four mode for using digital input terminals to start/
stop the drive. No matter what mode, press “AUTO” key on LCP first.

7.2.1 Two-line Mode 1


It is the most commonly used two-line mode, in which the forward/
reverse rotation of the motor is decided by FOR and REV. Wiring and
parameters are set as below:

K1 K2 Command
OFF OFF Stop
ON OFF Run forward
OFF ON Stop
ON ON Run reverse

7.2.2 Three-line Mode 1


In this mode, FOR is run enabled terminal, and the direction is
decided by DI1 and DI2. Wiring and parameters are set as below:

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K1 K2 Command
OFF OFF Stop
ON OFF Run forward
OFF ON Stop
ON ON Run reverse

7.2.3 Three-line Mode 1


In this mode, FOR is run enabled terminal, and the direction is
decided by DI1 and DI2. Wiring and parameters are set as below:

SB1 SB2 SB3 Command


OFF × × Stop
ON × Run forward
ON × Run reverse

7.2.4 Three-line Mode 2


In this mode, FOR is run enabled terminal. The RUN command is
given by DI1 and the direction is decided by DI2. Wiring and parameters
are set as below:

SB1 SB2 SB3 Command


OFF × × Stop

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ON OFF Run forward


ON ON Run reverse

7.3 Multi-speed
In scenarios where the running frequency of the drive need not
be adjusted continuously and only several frequencies are required,
the multi-speed control can be used. The drive supports a maximum
of 16 running frequencies in each set-up, which are implemented by
state combinations of four DI terminals. Set the parameter number
corresponding to DI terminals to a value among 15 to 18 (Preset ref. bit
0~3), and then the DI terminals are specified as the multi-frequency input
terminals. The multiple frequencies are set based on the multi-
f requency table in g roup FC. In addition, you need to set C03.03
(Maximum Reference). The following figure shows how to set the multi-
speed function.

In the preceding figure, FOR, REV are set as two-line mode 1, DI1,
DI2, DI3 and DI4 are used as the multi-frequency input terminals, each
of which has a bit value. The state combinations of these terminals
correspond to multiple frequencies, When (DI4, DI3, DI2, DI1) = (0, 0,
1, 0), the state combination value is 2, corresponding to the value set in
C03.10[2]. The target runningfrequency is automatically calculated by
C03.10[2] x C03.03.
The drive supports a maximum of four DI terminals to be used as
the multi-frequency input terminals. You can also use less than four DI
terminals, and the empty bit is considered to be 0.

7.4 Analog Input as the Frequency Source


The VI/AI ter minals can be used as the frequency source. The
following figure shows how to use the VI as the frequency source.

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Attention: Parameters and theirs value in dash box should be set according
to the application.

7.5 Speed up/down


When you need speed fine tuning at a fixed value, you can use the
speed up/down via terminals. The following figures show how to use the
function:

7.6 Parameter Initialization


1. Set C14.22 = 2;
2. Cut off the main power and Re-power on, LCP displays “E.80”;
3. Press “OFF” key on LCP;

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Chapter 8 Faults and Solutions

8.1 Fault List


The drive has three different fault types: warning, alarm and error.
When a fault happens, the drive shows a specific code to indicate it.
When a warning happens, it means that the drive is close to its
design limits for some reason, but the drive still works. If the drive fault
disappear, the warning will also disappear. When a warning happens,
LCP displays “A.XX” (XX is warning code).
An alarm means that the drive has exceeded its design limits for some
reason. When this happens, the drive will trip. The driver must be reset
in order to re-run. When analarm happens, LCP displays “E.XX” (XX is
alarm code).
When some alarms happen, the drive will lock itself. These alarms
are called t r ip-lock alar m. The Tr ip-lock alar m offers additional
protection, the default setting is that the main power should be cut off
before resetting the alarm. But by setting parameter C14.23 = 0, the trip-
lock alarm can be reset without cutting the main power off. But there is a
risk of accident when choosing this function. Before using this function,
it is important to be familiar with the drive and the whole system in order
to be safe when dealing with the drive.
Error means the drive is in a state and unable to carry out an operation.
When anerror happens, LCP display “Er.XX” (XX is error code).

Fault
Warning Alarm Error Reason analysis
Description
1. Motor cable connection
problems;
A.03 E.03 Motor Loss
2. The drive power is greater
than the motor power;
Mains Phase 1. Missing phase on supply side;
A.04 E.04*
Loss 2. Too high voltage imbalance.
1. The input voltage is too high;
2. An external force drives the
motor during acceleration or
deceleration;
A.07 E.07 Over Voltage
3. The deceleration time is too
short;
4. The braking unit and braking
resistor are not installed.

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Fault
Warning Alarm Error Reason analysis
Description
1. Instantaneous power failure
occurs on the input power supply;
2. The drive's input voltage is not
A.08 E.08 Under Voltage
within the allowable range;
3. The rectifier bridge and buffer
resistor are faulty.
1. The load is too heavy or
lockedrotor occurs on the motor;
Drive
A.09 E.09 2. The drive model is of too
Overload
small power class;
3. C01.** is set improperly.
1. C01.24 is set improperly;
2. The load is too heavy or
Motor lockedrotor occurs on the motor;
A.10 E.10
Overload 3. The drive model is of too
small power class;
4. C01.** is set improperly.
Thermistor damage, uncorrectly
Motor Over
E.11 installed or motor cooling
Temperature
equipment failure.
1. The acceleration time is too
short;
2. Manual torque boost or V/F
curve is not appropriate;
3. The input voltage is too low;
A.13 E.13* Over Current 4. The startup operation is
performed on the rotating motor;
5. A sudden load is added during
acceleration/deceleration;
6. The drive model is of too
small power class.
Discharge from output phases to
A.14 E.14* Earth fault
ground (22kW and below)
Short circuit in motor or on
E.16* Short Circuit
motor terminals.
Drive communication timeout,
Control Word
A.17 E.17 this alarm occurrs when C08.04
Timeout
is set to 1 or 5.
Too much dust on the fan or the
A.24 E.24 Fan Fault
fan is aging.

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Fault
Warning Alarm Error Reason analysis
Description
Brake resistor Brake resistor is short circuit,
E.25*
short-circuit leading the brake function invalid.
Brake
Brake transistor is short circuit
E.27 transisitor
leading brake function invalid.
short-circuit
Brake resistor is not connected
E.28 Brake Detect
or working.
Motor phase U
E.30* Check the phase and motor.
missing
Motor phase V
E.31* Check the phase and motor.
missing
Motor phase
E.32* Check the phase and motor.
W missing
Contact the local distributor or
E.38* Internal Fault
Holip Company.
Current exceeds value set in
A.59 Current Limit
C04.18.
1. The ambient temperature is
too high;
2. The air filter is blocked;
IGBT Over
A.69 E.69* 3. The fan is damaged;
Temperature
4. The thermally sensitive
resistor of the IGBT is damaged;
5. The drive IGBT is damaged.
Parameter
E.80 Make parameter initialized.
Initialization
LCP
Connection No communication between
Er.84
with the drive LCP and the drive.
failed
Button is
Er.85 Refer to parameter group C00.4*.
disabled
Parameter
Er.89 Try to write read-only parameter.
read-only
Parameter
Er.91 value is invalid Invalid parameter value to write.
in this mode
Parameter is freezed or can’t be
Err Unchangbale
changed during running.
Note: Trip-lock alarm is with *.

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Chapter 9 Maintenance

9.1 Note
Confirm the main circuitpower supply has been turned off, and the
display has disappeared before carry out inspection and maintenance.
Make sure the system is in dynamic state, please pay attention to the
following:
● Check whether the power supply voltage matches to the rated voltage
of the drive;
● Check whether the motor makes unexpected noises or abnormal
vibration when running;
● Check whether there are abnormal heating;
● Check whether the drive output voltage,output current, output f requency,
and monitor display is greater than the value commonly used.
● Check whether the cooling fan installed at the lower part of the drive
runs normally;
● Check whether the ambient temperature is too high and whether there
is dust,iron filings, corrosive fluid in the drive;
● Check whether the ambient temperature of the drive is between
-10℃~40℃, and whether the humidity is between 5%-85% (95% is
without condensation), phenomenon of water droplets is not allowed;
● The driveshould be discarded as industrial waste. It is forbidden to burn it;

9.2 Storage and Transport


The drive must be kept in its original package box before installation.
Pay attention to the followings when keeping it in storage if the drive is
not used for the time being:
● It must be stored in a dry place without rubbish or dust;
● The suitable temperature for storage is between -25℃-65℃;
● The relative humidity required is 5%-95% without condensation;
● There is no corrosive gas or liquid in the storage ambience;
● It is better to lay the drive on a rack and keep it in a proper package;
● The ambient temperature for transport is between -25℃-70℃;
● The relative humidity of transport ambience must be less than95%
(Ambient temperature is 40℃).
Attention: It is better not to store the drive for long time. Long time
storage of the drive will lead to the deterioration of electrolytic capacity.
If it needs to be stored for a long time make sure to power it up one time
within a year and the power-up time should be at least above five hours.
When powering up, supply voltage must be increased slowly with a
voltage regulator to the rated voltage value.

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Appendix A Modbus Communication


Specification
T he d r ive prov ide R S 485 c om mu n icat ion i nt e r fa ce. It a dopt s
international standard Modbus communication protocol to perform
master-slave communication. The user can realize centralized control
through PC/PLC to adapt specific application requirements.

1.Application Mode
1.1 Interface Mode

The communication interface is RS485. RS485 works on semiduplex and


its data signal applies differential transmission which is called balance
transmission too.

1.2 Networking Mode


The drive has two networking modes: single master/multiple slaves
networkingand single master/single slave networking.

Single master/single slave networking diagram

Single master/multiple slaves networking diagram

Specification:
1. No m at t e r wh ich mo de, t he d r ive is u se d a s a slave i n
communication. When master sends commands using broadcast address,
the slave does not respond;
2. It is recommended to use shield cables in multiple connection.
The basic parameter of the devices, such as baud rate and digital check
bit in RS485 should be the same as slave device’s and there should be no
repeated addresses in slave devices.

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2. Protocol Format
Modbus protocol only supports RTU mode.

2.1 RTU Mode


RTU data frame format is shown as the figure below:

Specification:

Start at least 3.5 idle characters


Slave address Address: 0-247 (0 is broadcast address)
Function code Modbus f unction code
Data (N-1)
Data (N-2)
2 * N data

Data0
CRC CHK high-8-bit
CRC check
CRC CHK low-8-bit
End at least 3.5 idle characters

3. Function Code
Function code supported by the drive Modbus protocol are as shown in
the table below:

Function code Description Meaning


Read drive functional parameters
0x03 Read Holding Registers
and running status parameters
Over-write individual drive
0x06 Preset Single Register
functional parameters
Over-write multiple drive
0x10 Preset Multiple Regs
functional parameters
4. RegisterAddress Definition
All the following register addresses are started from 0.

4.1 The Rules of Register Address of the Parameter Number


The parameters can be mapping to register address. The rules of register
address of the parameter numberare shown below:
Register address = PNU × 10 – 1

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For example:
  The register address of C03.03 is 303 × 10 - 1 = 3029 (0x0BD5)
    The register address ofC16.13 is 1613 × 10 - 1 = 16129 (0x3F01)

4.2 Other Register Addresses Specification

In addition to parameter number is mapped to Modbus registers, there are


some additional registers within the drive which can be used to control
the drive, monitor the drive's status.

Register
Specification R/W
address
6 The internal error code of last communication error R
Register address of last occurred communication
7 R
error
8* Parameter index R,W

51000* Control command W


51001* Frequency command W
51002* Communication reference W

51100* State R
51101* Warning/Alarm code R
51102 Output frequency (0~Fmax, unit: 0.1Hz) R
51103 Output current (unit: 0.01A) R
51104 Output voltage (unit: 1V) R
51105 Output power (unit: 0.01kW) R
51106 Motor speed (unit: 1rpm) R
51107 DC bus voltage (unit: 1V) R
51108 Reference R
51109 Feedback R

*Reg. 8specification
Reg 8 is parameter index register. The drive has some array type
parameters. When accessing these parameters, it should be set index
first.
For example, write value into C03.10[2]. It should write 2 into Reg 8
first, then write value into 3099 (the register address of C03.10 is 310×10-
1=3099, hexadecimal is 0x0C1B).

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* Reg. 51000specification

Bit 说明
0x00: No function
0x01: Run forward
0x02: Reverse
0x03: Jog
Bit 7~0
0x04: Jog reverse
0x05: Stop
0x06: Coast
0x07: Reset
0000B: master speed C03.10[0]
0001B: 1st step speed C03.10[1]
0010B: 2nd step speed C03.10[2]
Bit 11~8
0011B: 3rd step speed C03.10[3]

0111B: 7th step speed C03.10[7]
00B: Ramp 1
01B: Ramp 2
Bit 13~12
10B: Ramp 3
11B: Ramp 4
Bit 14 Reserved
1B: Enable Bit8~13 function
Bit 15
0B: Disable Bit8~13 function
*Reg. 51001 specification
When using communication to control the drive, you can set the
frequency directly by writing register 51001. The register value is in the
range of 0.00 ~ C04.19, unit 0.01Hz.

* Reg. 51002 specification


Communication reference is the reference value when C03.15~C03.16
selects [11] local bus.
0.00% corresponds to 0, 100.00% corresponds to C03.03, -100.00%
corresponds to -C03.03.

* Reg. 51100 specification


Bit 说明
0B: None
Bit 0
1B: Warning
0B: None
Bit 1
1B: Alarm

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00B: Stop
01B: Run forward
Bit3~2
10B: Reverse
11B: Reserved
Bit7~4 Reserved
0000B: Using master speed
0001B: Using 1st step speed
0010B: Using 2nd step speed
Bit 11~8
0011B: Using 3rd step speed

0111B: Using 7th step speed
Bit 15~12 Reserved

* Reg. 51101 specification


Register 51101 is used to store the drive fault information, it has two
warning/alarm modes (selected by C08.29).

Bit 说明

Warning bit:
Bit0: Mains Phase Loss (A.04)
Bit1: Over Voltage (A.07)
Bit2: Under Voltage (A.08)
Bit3: Drive Overload (A.09)
Bit4: Over Current (A.13)
Bit5: Fan Fault (A.24)
Bit6: Current Limit (A.59)
Bit7~15:Reserved
Bit mode
Alarm bit:
Bit 15~0
Bit0: Internal Fault (E.38)
Bit1: Over Current (E.13)
Bit2: Earth fault (E.14)
Bit3: Short Circuit (E.16)
Bit4: Mains Phase Loss (E.04)
Bit5: Drive Overload (E.09)
Bit6: Drive Over Temperature (E.69/E.75/E.83)
Bit7: Motor Phase Missing (E.30/E.31/E.32)
Bit8~15: Reserved

Warning/Alarm code
Code mode
For example: When the drive occurs E.13 alarm, the value
Bit 15~0
of register 51101 is 13.

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4.3 Parameter’s Data Type


Parameters have different data type decause of they have different range
and value. Parameter’s data type is shown in the following table.

Par. No. Data Type Par. No. Data Type


C00.04 UINT8 C08.01~C08.02 UINT8
C00.31~C00.32 INT32 C08.03 UINT16
C00.33 UINT16 C08.04~C08.33 UINT8
C00.40~C00.60 UINT8 C08.35~C08.36 UINT16
C01.00~C01.20 UINT8 C08.38~C08.39 UINT8
C01.22~C01.23 UINT16 C14.01~C14.10 UINT8
C01.24 UINT32 C14.12~C14.17 UINT8
C01.25 UINT16 C14.18 UINT16
C01.29~C01.42 UINT8 C14.20 UINT8
C01.50~C01.63 UINT16 C14.21 UINT16
C01.67~ C01.72 UINT8 C14.22~C14.23 UINT8
C01.75~ C01.76 UINT16 C14.30~C14.34 UINT16
C01.80 UINT8 C14.51 UINT8
C01.82 UINT16 C15.00~C15.03 UINT32
C02.00~ C02.04 UINT16 C15.06 UINT8
C02.10 UINT8 C15.19 INT16
C02.11 UINT16 C15.30 UINT8
C02.17 UINT8 C15.31 INT16
C03.03 INT32 C15.38 UINT8
C03.07 UINT8 C15.43 STRING
C03.10 INT16 C16.00 UINT16
C03.11 UINT16 C16.01 INT32
C03.12 INT16 C16.02 INT16
C03.13 UINT16 C16.03 UINT16
C03.15~C03.19 UINT8 C16.05 UINT16
C03.41~C03.95 UINT32 C16.09 INT32
C03.96 UINT8 C16.10~C16.13 UINT32
C04.10 UINT8 C16.14~C16.15 UINT16
C04.12~C04.19 UINT16 C16.30 UINT32

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C04.41~C04.42 UINT8 C16.34 INT8


C04.52~C04.53 UINT16 C16.52 INT32
C04.58 UINT8 C16.60 UINT16
C04.61~C04.63 UINT16 C16.62 UINT16
C05.04~C05.40 UINT8 C16.71 UINT16
C06.10~C06.13 UINT16 C16.72~C16.73 INT32
C06.14~C06.15 INT32 C16.86 INT16
C06.16~C06.18 UINT16 C16.90~C16.93 UINT32
C06.19 UINT8
C06.81~C06.82 INT32
C07.20~C07.31 UINT8
C07.32~C07.33 UINT16
C07.34 UINT32
C07.38~C07.39 UINT16
C07.41~C07.42 INT16

UINT8 represents Unsigned Integer 8 bits;


UINT16 represents Unsigned Integer 16 bits;
UINT32 represents Unsigned Integer 32 bits;
INT8 represents Integer 8 bits;
INT16 represents Integer 16 bits;
INT32 represents Integer 32 bits;
STRING represents text string;

5.Communication ratio values


The Communication data is expressed by hexadecimal in actual
application and there is no radix point in hexadecimal. For example,
Ifyou want to set C03.10[0] = 60.34, 60.34 can be magnified by 100 times
into 6034. So hex 0x1792 (6034) can be used to express 60.34.
A non-integer can be timed by a multiple to get an integer and the integer
can be called communication ratio values.
The communication ratio values are refered to the radix point of the
setting range of default value in the functional parameter list. If there are
radix point n, then the communication ratio value m is 10^n.

6.Error message
There may be errors in the communication process, for example, some
parameters are read-only, but the PC/PLC sends a written directive, the

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drive will return an error message.


Error message data frame format is shown as the figure below:

Error message function code = requirements function code + 0x80

Error code Specification


Function code error, the drive does not support this kind of
0x01
function code.
0x02 Defined parameters can not be written.
0x03 The value exceeds the upper limit of the parameter
0x04 Operation error.

7. Examples
7.1 Read Holding Registers (0x03)
7.1.1 Read Output Frequency
Read the Reg. 51102to get the output frequency.
Transmit: 01 03 C7 9E 00 01 D8 90 (Hexadecimal)
Receive: 01 03 02 01 F4 B8 53 (Hexadecimal)
Transmit data specification:

Field Description
01 Address
03 Function
C7 9E Register address:51102 (0xC79E)
00 01 The number of read registers is 1
D8 90 CRC check

Receive data specification:

Field Description
01 Address
03 Function
02 The byte number of received data

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0x01F4converts to decimal number is500. So the value of


01 F4
Reg. 51102 is 500 / 10= 50.0
B8 53 CRC check

Read the value of C16.13 to get the output frequency.


Transmit: 01 03 3F 01 00 02 99 DF (Hexadecimal)
Receive: 01 03 04 00 00 01 F4 FA 24 (Hexadecimal)
Transmit data specification:

Field Description
01 Address
03 Function
Register address(ADDRH ADDRL). The register address
3F01
of C16.13 is 1613*10-1=16129 (0x3F01)
00 02 The number of read registers is 2
99 DF CRC check

Receive data specification:

Field Description
01 Address
03 Function
04 The byte number of received data
0x000001F4converts to decimal number is500. So the value
00 00 01 F4
of C16.13 is 500 / 10 = 50.0
FA 24 CRC check

Note: The data type of C16.13 is UINT32, so it needs read 2 registers.

7.1.2 Read Drive Status


Read the Reg. 51100 and 51101 to get the drive status.
Transmit: 01 03 C7 9C 00 02 39 51 (Hexadecimal)
Receive: 01 03 00 02 00 0D 25 CF (Hexadecimal)
Transmit dataspecification:

Field Description
01 Address
03 Function
C7 9C Register address:51100 (0xC79C)
00 02 The number of read registers is 2

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39 51 CRC check

Receive data specification:

Field Description
01 Address
03 Function
04 The byte number of received data
The value of Reg. 51100 is 0x0002.
Note:
Bit 0 is 0B, that is No warning;
Bit 1 is 1B, that is Alarm;
00 02 00 0D
Bit 3~2 is 00B, that is Stop;
Bit 11~8 is 0000B, that is Using master speed;
The value of Reg. 51101 is 0x000D (13). The drive has E.13
over current alarm.
25 CF CRC check

7.2 WriteSingle Register (0x06)


7.2.1 Control the drive running at 1ststep speed.
Write 51000 to control the drive.
Transmit: 01 06 C7 38 81 01 94 E3 (Hexadecimal)
Receive: 01 06 C7 38 81 01 94 E3 (Hexadecimal)
Transmit data specification:

Field Description
01 Address
06 Function
C7 38 Register address: 51000 (0xC738)
Control command is 0x8101.
Note:
Bit 7~0 is 0x01, that is Run forward;
81 01 Bit 11~8 is 0001B, that is Using 1st step speed
C03.10[1];
Bit 13~12 is 00B, that is Using ramp 1;
Bit 15 is 1B, that is Enable bit 13~8;
94 E3 CRC check

Receive data specification:

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Field Description
01 Address
06 Function
C7 38 Register address: 51000 (0xC738)
81 01 Control command
94 E3 CRC check

7.2.2 Set parameter C03.10[0]


Set C03.10[0] to 40.00%
Transmit: 01 06 0C 1B 0F A0 FF 15 (Hexadecimal)
Receive: 01 06 0C 1B 0F A0 FF 15 (Hexadecimal)
Transmit data specification:

Field Description
01 Address
06 Function
The register address of C03.10 is 310 *10-1=3099
0C 1B
(0x0C1B) .
The value which will be written into C03.10[0] is 40.00%
0F A0
(Decimal: 4000, Hexadecimal: 0x0FA0).
FF 15 CRC check

Receive data specification:

Field Description
01 Address
06 Function
0C 1B Register address
The value which has be written into C03.10[0] is 40.00%
0F A0
(Decimal: 4000, Hexadecimal: 0x0FA0).
FF 15 CRC check

7.3 Write Multiple Registers (0x10)


Start thedrive and setDrive output frequency.
Write register 51000 to control the drive running and write register 51001
to set the drive output frequency.
Transmit: 01 10 C7 38 00 02 04 00 01 13 88 DB BE (Hexadecimal)
Receive: 01 10 C7 38 00 02 FD 71 (Hexadecimal)
Transmit data specification:

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Field Description
01 Address
10 Function
C7 38 Register address: 51000(0xC738)
00 02 The number of write registers is 2
04 The byte number of write data is 4
Reg. 51000 = 0x0001
Note:
Bit 7~0 is 0x01, that is Run forward;
Bit 11~8 is 0000B, that is Using master speed C03.10[0];
00 01 13 88
Bit 13~12 is 00B, that is Using ramp 1;
Bit 15 is 0B, that is Disable bit 13~8;
Reg. 51001 = 0x1388 (5000, So the output frequency is
5000 / 100 = 50.00Hz)
DB BE CRC check

Receive data specification:

Field Description
01 Address
10 Function
C7 38 Register address: 51000(0xC738)
00 02 The number of write registers is 2
FD 71 CRC check

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Appendix B Copy CardSpecification


Copy Card can copy parameters from one drive to another.

1. Copy Card Interface

2. Installation
Use netcable to connect the copy card and the drive. Plug one terminal
into the copy card RJ45 port which is placed on the back and plug the
other terminal into drive RJ45 port. As shown in the following figure:

拷贝卡01
CopyCard-01

Network Cable

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3. Operation
3.1 Upload

1) Connect copy card and drive according to 2. Installation;


2) After the drive power on, Power indicator on the copy card will be
ON. If the connection between copy card and drive is not OK, Fail
indicator will be ON;
3) Press Upload key, parameters in drive begin copying to copy card.
Trans indicator will be blinking during transfer.
4) If an error occurs during transfer, Fail indicator will be ON; If data
upload success, Trans indicator will be OFF;

3.2 Download
1) Connect copy card and drive according to 2. Installation;
2) After the drive power on, Power indicator on the copy card will be
ON. If the connection between copy card and drive is not OK, Fail
indicator will be ON;
3) Press Download key, parameters in copy card begin copying to drive.
Trans indicator will be blinking during transfer.
4) If an error occurs during transfer, Fail indicator will be ON; If data
download success, Trans indicator will be OFF;

3.3 Part Download

Part download is similar to download, use Part key instead of Download


key. It copies parameters from copy card to drive except motor data.

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